Photo Contest Worth $400 in Gift Cards Announced by

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TeachHUB’s latest contest invites teachers to battle it out with their best bulletin board photo for a chance to win a gift card.

News Image hosts contests and giveaways to help make teachers' lives a little brighter. In the Battle of the Boards Photo Contest, is inviting teachers to send in a bulletin board or classroom photo that will knock out the competition.

To be eligible to enter, you must be a K-12 educator and a member of the TeachHUB community (membership is free). Get the full Battle of the Boards Photo Contest criteria.

Deadline to enter the contest is Tuesday, May 29 at 12p.m. CST.

The TeachHUB team will then name the finalists who stand out from the crowd with overall look, creativity and educational value of the classroom/bulletin board display.

Winners will be decided by popular vote. Voting will take place until Monday, June 4 at 12 p.m. CST.

Participating teachers have a chance to win a gift card. These gift cards can be used to fund personal classroom projects. The grand prize winner will take home $250 while the runner up takes home $100 and third place receives $50.

Full details and information about this latest contest can be found on the Battle of the Boards Photo Contest page.

Contests and giveaways are only a few of the many resources available on TeachHUB. TeachHUB also provides teachers with free printable lesson plans, video writing prompts, classroom tools, educational news, professional development and more. Those interested in receiving weekly updates on the new resources available on TeachHUB can sign up for the free TeachHUB Happenings newsletter

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