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Top Discounts & Ideas for Teacher Appreciation Day
posted by: Cindy Omlin | May 07, 2013, 07:11 PM   

Today is National Teacher Appreciation Day! Thank you to all of our amazing member educators who work hard to change lives every day! 

In honor of this important day, please check out some of these great discounts and ideas:

• Applebee's: Participating Applebee's will offer a free meal with a teacher ID. Make sure to call ahead to ensure your location is participating.
• Chick-Fil-A: Get a free chicken sandwich on May 7th at participating Chick-Fil-A locations. All educators, teachers, faculty and staff with a valid school/teacher ID are welcome. Make sure to call ahead to ensure your local restaurant is participating.
• Chipotle Mexican Grill: Bring your school ID to any Chipotle on May 7th from 4 pm to close and get a buy one/get one free burrito, bowl, salad or order of tacos.
• McDonald's (Arizona and Baltimore): McDonald's restaurants in Arizona are offering free extra value meals from 5 am to 8 pm on May 7th to teachers who show a pay stub or school ID. Greater Baltimore area educators and school staff can receive one complimentary small McCafe beverage between May 6 and 10 with a valid school ID card.
• New York and Company: All nurses and teachers can receive a 30% discount in stores through May 8, 2013. Customers must show valid ID (business card, badge, pay stub, etc.).
• Staples Penny Deals: Teacher Rewards cardholders can get several school supply items for just 1 cent with a $5 purchase through May 11th.

Are you searching for ways to organize a teacher appreciation day in your school? Do you want to honor your colleagues? Consider the following:

• Call for a "Jeans Day" or a teacher dress down day.
• Hold a lottery drawing for a "free" two-hour break during which time you will cover a teacher's class.
• Write an encouraging note to a colleague.
• Purchase fresh flowers for a teacher's desk.
• Put in teachers' mailboxes your personal list of "Twenty-Five Things That Make You A Great Teacher!"

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for more ways to appreciate your colleagues, both today and every day.


Originally posted by Ruthie at AAE.

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