More Videos

Electronics class teaches students to keep old things working 1:43

Electronics class teaches students to keep old things working

Bibb schools 'virtual desktops' explained 0:42

Bibb schools 'virtual desktops' explained

Sam Poss' father: 'Just remember the good things' 0:42

Sam Poss' father: "Just remember the good things"

Take a sneak peek inside an Amazon fulfillment center 1:05

Take a sneak peek inside an Amazon fulfillment center

Hundreds of blood donors in Nevada line up help Las Vegas shooting victims 1:06

Hundreds of blood donors in Nevada line up help Las Vegas shooting victims

Eason gets injured, Fromm leads Georgia to victory 2:01

Eason gets injured, Fromm leads Georgia to victory

Drone video: Lane's corn maze is for children and adults alike 1:39

Drone video: Lane's corn maze is for children and adults alike

Distribution center, possibly for Amazon.com, is approved in Macon 3:05

Distribution center, possibly for Amazon.com, is approved in Macon

Watch this boy's adorable reaction when he learns he's going to see Todd Gurley play 2:00

Watch this boy's adorable reaction when he learns he's going to see Todd Gurley play

Police car set on fire during protests at Georgia Tech 0:28

Police car set on fire during protests at Georgia Tech

  • Libby's Closet helping Prep School families

    Major Libby Blair, who teaches seventh-grade science at the Prep School at Georgia Military College, is the coordinator for Libby's Closet. Prep School students can buy uniform pieces for $1-4 there.

Major Libby Blair, who teaches seventh-grade science at the Prep School at Georgia Military College, is the coordinator for Libby's Closet. Prep School students can buy uniform pieces for $1-4 there. Andrea Honaker The Telegraph
Major Libby Blair, who teaches seventh-grade science at the Prep School at Georgia Military College, is the coordinator for Libby's Closet. Prep School students can buy uniform pieces for $1-4 there. Andrea Honaker The Telegraph

Teacher finds way to help students dress in uniform for less

October 12, 2017 1:55 PM

More Videos

Electronics class teaches students to keep old things working 1:43

Electronics class teaches students to keep old things working

Bibb schools 'virtual desktops' explained 0:42

Bibb schools 'virtual desktops' explained

Sam Poss' father: 'Just remember the good things' 0:42

Sam Poss' father: "Just remember the good things"

Take a sneak peek inside an Amazon fulfillment center 1:05

Take a sneak peek inside an Amazon fulfillment center

Hundreds of blood donors in Nevada line up help Las Vegas shooting victims 1:06

Hundreds of blood donors in Nevada line up help Las Vegas shooting victims

Eason gets injured, Fromm leads Georgia to victory 2:01

Eason gets injured, Fromm leads Georgia to victory

Drone video: Lane's corn maze is for children and adults alike 1:39

Drone video: Lane's corn maze is for children and adults alike

Distribution center, possibly for Amazon.com, is approved in Macon 3:05

Distribution center, possibly for Amazon.com, is approved in Macon

Watch this boy's adorable reaction when he learns he's going to see Todd Gurley play 2:00

Watch this boy's adorable reaction when he learns he's going to see Todd Gurley play

Police car set on fire during protests at Georgia Tech 0:28

Police car set on fire during protests at Georgia Tech

  • Electronics class teaches students to keep old things working

    Students learn to repair electronics, which are not all digital, in Digital Pathways classes at Houston County Career Academy in Warner Robins.