Posted: Apr 30, 2013 10:32 AM
BOZEMAN - This week's One Class at a Time recipient is Bozeman's Chief Joseph Middle School to help bring the game of Jeopardy to an eighth grade classroom.
Through the program, the class received $250 to purchase an electronic Jeopardy game.
"You can personalize the game to go with any activity that you're working on. So, for example, if we're studying World War I, I can write a game that tests them on the things we actually covered. They love it, it's competitive. They get really noisey and loud and have a great time with it, so we really appreciate this," teacher Marily McWilliams said. "It's fairly expensive and the clickers that they use to buzz in are broken and they're hard to get. So there's a new version out and we're going to update. It's great."