Robert Woodard caught his teacher’s attention, after she left the classroom. When she stepped out, Robert stepped up.
“We had a test the next day, and I know with Miss Ming that we would really have the test no matter what happens,” said Woodard
So he started teaching the class , going over the notes for the test.
Woodard says wanting to be a leader drives him to help in the class and on the basketball court. He hopes “Caught in the Act” will encourage others to do the same:
“It gives people the chance to want to do better for their classmates and their peers around them.”