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Winner: Lindsey Warren

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BOSSIER CITY, La. -

This week we head to Bossier to surprise our latest "One Class At A Time" winner.

Lindsey Warren at Rodes Elementary was shocked as Education Reporter Eric James showed up in her classroom. Warren plans to use the money to buy therapy ball chairs for her students.

"The theory behind therapy ball chairs is that as they are sitting in them they are focused and they are stable. Many of my students have A.D.D. and keeping them focused can be hard, " says Warren

We would like to thank our sponsors,Barksdale Federal Credit Union, Suddenlink and Christus Schumpert Group Practice Pediatric Associates.

If you are an area teacher and would like to apply for a one class at time grant you can find an application here at KTBS.Com.

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