Teacher and Volunteer Gifts

Here are some gifts that we have actually made and we have some more info.

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Teacher Appreciation Week Ideas

Here are some ideas that are found at PTA.ORG Public tributes Host a special breakfast or lunch for your school’s teachers and staff. If space allows, invite parents, school board members, the district superintendent, district personnel, and prominent community leaders to join you at the event in showing appreciation for teachers. Create a giant teacher...

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Teacher Appreciation Quotes

Teacher poems Share comments or other ideas at bottom of page   These are some teacher appreciation quotes, quotations on teaching and related matters. Many of them can be useful to you when writing a letter of appreciation to your teacher. Others are just worth reading and thinking about. “It should be recognised that the...

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Back To School Make and Take

 Here are some of the items taught in this class, I am still waiting for the other teacher to get me her info. Composition Notebook Purse To a teacher with a lot of “personality” Buy comp. notebooks at back to school deal time (mini notebooks are at Dollar Tree in 3- packs)   *Use a heavy...

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Getting to know our schools staff and teachers Favorites List

Put together a binder to get to know your schools teachers and staff. Have the teachers and staff fill out their favorites list. Then we keep them in a binder, which is kept in the front office so that anyone could refer to it. It makes it easy to treat your teacher to something special...

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Principal’s Survival Kit

Principal's Survival Kit 1. The Cinnamon Toothpicks will help you "pick out" the special talents of your staff and yourself. 2. The Smarties will keep you thinking logically to solve tough problems. 3. The Bit-O-Honey is the "sweetness" you bring into the lives of those you touch. 4. The Laffy Taffy will remind you to...

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List of ideas of thanks and fun sayings

"First Day First Aid - M&Ms" ( make a sticker with this poem and put it on a package of M&M's) Eat a red M&M at the first sign of meeting overload. Orange M&Ms minimizes “Writer’s Block” creating IEPs. Eat a Green M&M to calm your frustrations while arranging the room. To get through your...

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