Charles Kelley (L), Hillary Scott (3rd from L) and Dave Haywood (5th from L) of Lady Antebellum show support for "A Day Made Better" cause founded to help erase teacher-funded classrooms. The group members provided Sheila Hancock, Stacey Branch and Jim Tau from Lakeside High School with an award and $3000 worth of school supplies from OfficeMax on November 14, 2010 in Augusta, Georgia. Lady Antebellum Joins "A Day Made Better" School Advocacy Campaign Augusta, GA United States November 15, 2010 Photo by Rick Diamond/WireImage.

Charles Kelley (L), Hillary Scott (3rd from L) and Dave Haywood (5th from L) of Lady Antebellum show support for "A Day Made Better" cause founded to help erase teacher-funded classrooms. The group members provided Sheila Hancock, Stacey Branch and Jim Tau from Lakeside High School with an award and $3000 worth of school supplies. Photo by Rick Diamond/WireImage.

Though Lady Antebellum has been going nonstop since they hit the ground running in 2008, they still found time in their schedule for a trip back home this past Monday.

The Country Music trio, Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood visited Kelley and Haywood’s high school, Lakeside High School, in Augusta, Georgia and brought $3000 worth of school supplies in support of the national A Day Made Better, cause.

The contributions included: printers, digital cameras, desk chairs, and other essential materials.

The group thanked the teachers for going above and beyond to ensure their students receive the best possible education.

The surprise took place during the Acoustic Lunchbreak with Lady Antebellum concert benefiting MCG Health Children’s Medical Center.

Lady Antebellum hopes their appearance will encourage others to support teachers across the country.

Grammy Award winning country music group, Lady Antebellum, visited the hometown of band members, Dave Haywood (1st on L) and Charles Kelley 3rd on L). Charles, Dave and vocalist, Hillary Scott (8th on L) surprised teachers Sheila Hancock (2nd on L), Stacey Branch 4th on L) and Jim Tau (6th on L) with an award and $3000 worth of school supplies. Also pictured is Principal Tim Reeves and Asst. Prinicipal Steve Rhodes (6th & 7th on L). Photo by Rick Diamond/WireImage.com.

Grammy Award winning country music group, Lady Antebellum, visited the hometown of band members, Dave Haywood (1st on L) and Charles Kelley 3rd on L). Charles, Dave and vocalist, Hillary Scott (8th on L) surprised teachers Sheila Hancock (2nd on L), Stacey Branch 4th on L) and Jim Tau (6th on L) with an award and $3000 worth of school supplies. Also pictured is Principal Tim Reeves and Asst. Prinicipal Steve Rhodes (6th & 7th on L). Photo by Rick Diamond/WireImage.com.

Since October 2007, A Day Made Better has funded more than 4,500 teachers and their classrooms nationwide with more than $4.5 Million worth of school supplies from OfficeMax. Plus, the cause has helped attract donations for 10,000 classrooms through Adopt-A-Classroom.