Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson & Beth Troutman and special guests automotive expert Tom Blocker, cyber security expert Theresa Payton, WBT afternoon show host Brett Winterble, WBT news reporter and show host "Breaking" Brett Jensen, Charlotte City Council member Tariq Bokhari, former Charlotte-Mecklenburg School Board member Rhonda Cheek, and WBT News Director Mark Garrison with Dirty Restaurant Tuesday!

CMS School Board member Rhonda Cheek tals with Good morning BT about the dismissal of former CMS Superintendent Earnest Winston.

In the second hour of the show, Pete reacts to last night's school board meeting in Mecklenburg County about the end to the mask mandate. But why will the kids have to wear masks longer than the rest of the public in the county?

Charlotte-Mecklenburg School Board member Rhonda Cheek joins Bo Thompson talking about the likelihood that CMS will drop it's mask mandate for the school system in light of the Mecklenburg County Commission lifting the county-wide masking requirement. 

Charlotte Mecklenburg School member Rhonda Cheek speaks with Bo Thompson about guns being found in schools, fifteen so far, saying that it "pisses me off." Also, voicing her disappointment in the lack of communication from CMS administration regarding many of the school system's issues.


Starting Monday, Feb. 15, Pre-K, elementary students, and some older with special needs will be put on a rotation between days in classrooms and virtual learning for CMS. This will be the same model for middle and high school students starting Feb. 22.


An 8-1 vote to stay with the district's current format and keep all-remote learning until at least Feb. 15. Under the current set of guidelines, middle and high school students would return to class on Feb. 22. with teachers coming back days before to prep for in-person instruction.


The Charlotte-Mecklenburg School Board has voted for all K-12 students to learn remotely starting on Dec. 14. A vote that passed by a 6-3 margin on Tuesday night. However, no changes for Pre-K instruction that will still be offered in-person.