Comcast and The Kamaron Institute bring “Success Class” to Atlanta
ATLANTA, Ga. – January 2007 – Comcast, metropolitan Atlanta’s leading cable and broadband communications provider, and The Kamaron Institute have partnered to produce a fast-paced “edutainment” reality show that teaches Atlanta families how to succeed in school, life and relationships. The 30-minute news format program is called “Success Class,” and it promotes real life values that adults and children can apply every day.
Comcast subscribers can watch “Success Class” each Monday at 6:00 p.m. The show is available for viewing on channel 25 throughout Atlanta; however; it is on channel 22 in the City of Atlanta and on channel 24 in Peachtree City. Comcast customers with digital service can also view it ON DEMAND, a growing library of more than 7,500 programs, available any time customers want to watch them.
"Each episode focuses on the facts, the how to steps, and the real life stories of amazing people who are increasing quality teaching time, making businesses, schools and buses safer, happier and more productive places through the implementation of their KC3® Positive Label Programs," says Margaret Ross, Kamaron Institute Founder. “We commend Comcast for being a positive role model and invite other companies to join us in being part of the solution,” adds Ross.
“Giving back to the communities where we live and work is a treasured Comcast tradition. Comcast is proud to bring our community the ‘Success Class,’ a program that provides mutual learning and leadership that is making such a positive impact on families in our community,” said Andy Macke, senior director of government affairs for Comcast Atlanta.
Margaret Ross hosts the show along with the KC3TV Good Finder News Team that includes children from local middle schools who serve as reporters. The programming focuses on bringing good news to the community and features four segments each episode: Learning It; Living It; Community Connections and Every day Heroes.
- Learning It: helps to reduce unkind behaviors such as bullying, and as a result, increases teaching time in school
- Living It: connects the dots between business and education
- Community Connections: a segment profiling a non-profit organization in the community
- Every day Heroes: profiles an individual that models positive relationships skills with their family and community everyday
Additionally, a segment on “Celebrating” recognizes outstanding achievement and performance in the area of positive citizenship and character.
About The Kamaron Institute
The Kamaron Institute, Inc. (www.kamaron.org
) provides proactive, solution-oriented business consulting, executive training, leadership development services and educational programs that produce measurable outcomes that increase productivity and profit.
Educational programs include the national KC3 Positive Label certification programs for schools and buses; the proven solution for decreasing school and bus discipline incidents, while increasing tolerance, cooperation and citizenship.
About Comcast Corporation:
Comcast Corporation (www.comcast.com
) is the nation's leading provider of cable, entertainment and communications products and services. With 23.3 million cable customers, 10 million high-speed Internet customers, and 1.6 million voice customers, Comcast is principally involved in the development, management and operation of broadband cable systems and in the delivery of programming content.
Comcast’s content networks and investments include E! Entertainment Television, Style Network, The Golf Channel, OLN, G4, AZN Television, PBS KIDS Sprout, TV One and four regional Comcast SportsNets, including Comcast Sports Southeast (CSS). Comcast also has a majority ownership in Comcast Spectacor, whose major holdings include the Philadelphia Flyers NHL hockey team, the Philadelphia 76ers NBA basketball team and two large multipurpose arenas in Philadelphia.
National Citizenship Award Winners Announced Today
Atlanta, GA (August 8, 2006) – The National Museum of Patriotism (www.museumofpatriotism.org
) and the Kamaron Institute (www.kamaron.org
) today released the names of the 2006 “KC3™ Citizenship In Motion Award” national winners.
The National Citizenship Champions named today were selected from schools that advanced to Finalist Level of the KC3 Citizenship in Motion Awards and earned the highest scores on the Case Study phase combined with the highest performance scores. National Champions are the following: Milton H. Allen, East Fayette, Kanoheda, Kedron, Knight, and North Fayette.
National winners will be honored in Atlanta on September 21, 2006 at an Award Event to be held at the National Museum of Patriotism. “National champions names will appear in lights as a permanent part of the museum’s Casey Citizenship Exhibit,” says National Museum of Patriotism Executive Director, Jim Balster
“The purpose of creating this national award program is to recognize outstanding performance and achievement in area of positive citizenship. Our benchmark is implementation of the Positive Label Certification Program,” states National Museum of Patriotism president and KC3™ Citizenship in Motion award program founder, Nick Snider.
“The achievement level is outstanding,” continues Nick Snider, “Every winning school team exceeded all program goals and earned ‘outstanding’ partnership scores.” National champions decreased name-calling by ten percent and increased kind words and cooperation by ten percent as measured in pre and post independent program surveys. “This accomplishment translates to extra days of quality teaching time, safer, schools and buses,“ says Margaret Ross, President Kamaron Institute.
The National Museum of Patriotism is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the history of patriotism. The Museum is a research center for exploring the development of patriotism through educational displays and exhibits. The Museum building is a 20,000 square foot structure in the heart of Atlanta. Within its walls echo the words and dreams of patriots throughout centuries. The National Museum of Patriotism is located at 1405 Spring Street and houses the Georgia Center for Character Education.
Kamaron Institute KC3™ Positive Label Program: A research based, solution focused, positive character and bullying preemption program created by Margaret Ross is designed to teach children the power of words, tolerance, and positive character. KC3 stands for Kamaron Concept Three, which states, "Labels Change Lives," and is the program motto. The heart of the program centers on Ross’s "Casey Good Finder" book series. The Positive Label Program encourages partnership and community outreach.