Margaret Ross and Success Class TV Program

A joint production of Kamaron Institute and Comcast Inc. and hosted by Margaret Ross, Success Class is a weekly, news magazine format show of “how to” KC3 case studies, real life application of values and citizenship. New Positive Parenting segment is being added to show line up.

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Each show shines the spotlight on what's right and what works in business, education and community.


“We focus 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,” says Success Class host, Margaret Ross.


“The same skills that help an adult have a successful day at work, help students have a successful day at school,” adds Comcast's Andy Macke. “We focus on those facts and the role models in business and in education,” adds Ross.


 Success Class is fast-paced edutainment. The modular, multi-media, news format that builds on the language and story characters of the Casey book series by Margaret Ross and the teacher tested lessons and activities of the Kamaron KC3 Positive Label Programs for school and business.


The KC3 TV Good Finder News Team goes behind the scenes of area schools, organizations, and companies who are making a positive impact.



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.


Positive Parents: Practical tips from Margaret Ross for raising happy children.

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