To help celebrate American Education Week, Central Florida schools hosted a Teach-In Day to bring members of the community into schools to help build the future.
News 6 talent and staff members played a huge role in this event.
They went into classrooms to tell students what it is like to work in the TV broadcast industry.
Some students even got to take a look inside a TV news truck.
Even though it was just an hour out of their day, News 6 hopes each student walked away learning something new while having a little fun.
. @MarkLehman6 and I had a great time at @Galileo_School for @SCPSInfo annual Teach-In. Talk about a smart kindergarten class! Check them out today on @news6wkmg as they #Pinpoint your weather in Sanford! pic.twitter.com/GySzxqlykj— Candace Campos (@CandaceNews6) November 13, 2018
At Dream Lake Elementary in Apopka with News 6 WKMG / ClickOrlando photojournalist Corie Murray for The Great American Teach In. These 4th graders were so excited to see themselves in a story Corie put together during class. Such a wonderful school. Thanks for having us. #greatamericanteachin #teachersPosted by Ginger Gadsden News 6 on Wednesday, November 14, 2018
News 6 anchor Lisa Bell visited with fourth grade students at Orlando Gifted Academy.
News 6 anchor Matt Austin went to Stone Lakes Elementary.
News 6 photographer Jeff Segers visited Tuskawilla Middle School.
News 6 news director Allison McGinley at Aloma Elementary.
News 6 producer Ashleigh Coran at Lakeville Elementary School in Apopka.