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Announcing our Teacher Of the Month Feature


October 19, 2012

October Nominations Now Being Submitted

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I have tremendous respect for this noblest of professions.  I know how hard teachers work - the extra hours, the concern for students, the dealings with parents, ... it is not an easy job.  However, it is rewarding beyond belief!  The chance to make a difference in a child's life makes it all worth while!

Can you name a teacher who has made a difference in your child's life? We bet you can!  Would you like to recognize a hardworking teacher in a really special way?  Of course you would!

Macaroni Kid Richmond is thrilled to recognize a Teacher of the Month - every month - starting in September and running through June.

Whether you have kids in daycare, pre-school or grade school,  we need to hear from you so we can reward some hardworking teachers!

Teachers will be notified by Macaroni Kid,  and a winner will be announced each month. Get your nominations in today for September Teacher of the Month.... we will be choosing a winner at the end of  each month!

 


To nominate your teacher, please CLICK HERE.



Thank you to our TEACHER OF THE MONTH sponsors who are all part of giving our teachers some incredible gifts!

If you would like to join our sponsors send me an email.

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