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Small Teacher Appreciation Ideas

12 years 7 months ago #153186 by kenjes97
- Set out a bowl of individually wrapped life saver candies with a note "We appreciate our Teachers & Staff a "HOLE" lot!

- Set our a bowl of individually wrapped mints (such as peppermint gum, junior mints, york peppermint patties) with a note "Thanks for your Commit-"MINT" to our school!"

Place bowls of candy in teacher's lounge or other places where teacher's congregate. Most of these candies can be bought inexpensively at party supply stores or even dollar stores.

You could even purchase several packets of seeds (from discount stores) and put those in the teacher's lounge with a note like "Thanks for planting seeds of success!" or "A Garden of Thanks for all you do!" or "Our school blossoms because of you"
12 years 7 months ago #153187 by kenjes97
Oh I forgot that the dollar stores carry nice smelling hand soaps and lotions which would be perfect for staff restrooms. :)
12 years 7 months ago #153192 by Lisa @ PTO Today
Replied by Lisa @ PTO Today on topic Re:Small Teacher Appreciation Ideas
Cute ideas! Thanks Kenjes97!


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12 years 7 months ago #153203 by Anonymous
Replied by Anonymous on topic Re:Small Teacher Appreciation Ideas
We are a small school and found our teachers love the "class" pottery" so much that we decided to use it in our auction. It's especially great for the younger grades and the cost is quite small depending on the piece that is chosen. Little characters and animals are made from student's fingerprints along with their names. It's a real keepsake.
12 years 7 months ago #153282 by lisa
Replied by lisa on topic Re:Small Teacher Appreciation Ideas
This year we are doing a really nice lunch for our teachers and staff. We are asking parents to come in and do recess duty after each classes lunch. That way our teachers can have some extra time to eat lunch and relax. It is a small gesture, but it will go a long way.
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