We continue to support them as they strive to make up for lost learning during the lockdown. To thank them, we are sending teachers freebies, such as a teacher wellness webinar, an inspiration poster, and free professional and instructional resources each day of Teacher Appreciation Week.
HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. (PRWEB) April 27, 2022
Huntington Beach-based publisher, Teacher Created Materials, is pulling out all the stops to celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week, May 2-6, 2022, and throughout May. "We thank the nation's teachers for two extraordinary years of dedication and professionalism during the Covid-19 crisis," says TCM founder, Rachelle Cracchiolo.
"Since the start of the pandemic, we have watched teachers turn on a dime, learn new skills, and take on many new roles to ensure that children didn't fall into the cracks. It was difficult, but teachers applied their grit, gumption, and determination. They never lost sight of their students. Teachers refused to let a global pandemic diminish their professionalism. For that, the entire nation owes teachers deep gratitude and great respect."
"We at TCM are humbled by what so many accomplished," says Corinne Burton, TCM president, and former third-grade teacher. "We continue to support them as they strive to make up for lost learning during the lockdown. To thank them, we are sending teachers freebies, such as a teacher wellness webinar, an inspiration poster, and free professional and instructional resources each day of Teacher Appreciation Week.”
"We are encouraging business and civic leaders across this great country to pause to thank teachers too," says Deanne Mendoza, TCM Executive VP, Community Outreach. "As former educators, we know the value a sincere expression of thanks carries. So please join us! Write your community's teachers a note, create a Tik-Tok, post thanks on Instagram, do a shout-out on local radio or TV, host teachers at your service club — get creative! Our goal is to have the nation's 3,000,000 teachers hear our gratitude and feel our appreciation the whole week."
Throughout May, more than 50 TCM staff members will be going into 26 elementary schools, districts, and community centers in 16 states to spread Teacher Appreciation. TCM encourages employees to take time out of their workday to go into schools to honor teachers. TCM volunteers will be going into classrooms to read with students, share engaging lessons, and give out free learning materials to celebrate teachers and students. TCM has committed to nearly $150,000 in donations, including 155 teacher gift packages, $250 TCM gift cards for teachers, and 1,451 TCM Take-Home Backpacks for each student.
Want to follow TCM's "Thank You Teachers" initiative? Connect with TCM through @tcmpub on their social media platforms: Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram during Teacher Appreciation Month.
About Teacher Created Materials
Teacher Created Materials develops innovative and imaginative educational materials and services for students worldwide. Everything they do is created by teachers for teachers and students to make teaching more effective and learning more fun. For more information about Teacher Created Materials and their products, visit http://www.tcmpub.com.