Find us at the NYSSBA Convention ~ Oct 21-24

Coming up in October is the New York State School Boards Association’s annual convention in New York City (October 21-24). Adopt-A-Classroom will be hosting a panel session titled “Engaging Your Community to Support Teachers and Raise Classroom Funds” on Saturday, October 23rd at 1:00pm. If you are attending the convention, please drop by to say […]

THE TEACHER SHOW on Martha Stewart

Tomorrow’s edition of The Martha Stewart Show will celebrate teachers and highlight the joy of learning. Food writer and cooking teacher Nick Malgieri will share baking techniques; FIT professor Kenneth D. King will demonstrate how to make DIY fashion accessories; Jones New York stylist Lloyd Boston will provide tips for how to upgrade your wardrobe. […]

Genji’s “A Special Roll For A Special Cause” at Whole Foods

If you’ve been to a Whole Foods market then you’ve most likely seen the neatly stocked sushi bar managed by Genji Sushi. Each month, Genji hosts a campaign called “A Special Roll For A Special Cause.” In August, the program featured The National Wildlife Foundation. This month, the program will benefit Adopt-A-Classroom! Now through Sunday, […]

$10,000 match from Ford’s Operation Goodwill

Ford Motor Company Fund’s Operation Goodwill is supporting classrooms in Miami-Dade County Public Schools with a $10,000 match for Back-to-School! Here’s how it works: starting Friday, August 27th, online credit card donations made to M-DCPS classrooms will receive a $25 matching donation, generously provided by Ford Motor Company Fund. The $25 match is available on […]

Chevy will donate $10,000 to classrooms

Are you in the market for a new car? Residents of Northern California have a way to car shop and help a local classroom at the same time! Chevy dealers in Northern California have partnered with Adopt-A-Classroom to donate up to $10,000 to classrooms in the local area. Here’s how it works: anyone who takes […]

Post Cereals and got milk?® “Unlock Their Potential” Instant Win Promotion

Post Cereals and got milk?® are hosting the Unlock Their Potential promotion through Monday, August 23rd. Anyone can go to and play the instant win game to enter for a chance to easily win Back-to-School Prizes. There will be 50+ winners each day! Prizes include laptops, back packs, magazine subscriptions, and gift cards, among […]

Contest Alert!

We bet you’re gearing up for Back-to-School — at Adopt-A-Classroom, we certainly are! There are lot of great partnerships that we’re involved with across the country. It’s our hope that these programs create awareness and encourage people to support your classrooms by making donations at When we’re able to announce details about these partnerships, […]

Blog to Raise $10K for Adopt-A-Classroom

For Back-to-School this year, Elmer’s pledged to donate $10,000 to Adopt-A-Classroom as part of its Bag It Forward campaign. Anyone who has a blog can help to raise $10 just by writing a blog post! Here’s how it works: Elmer’s will donate $10 per each post written to Adopt-A-Classroom, up to $10,000. Bloggers participate by […]

Contest Alert!

We read recently that Dell is hosting a contest to award $20,000 worth of technology to a school – what an awesome school grant! You’ll have to submit a 3 minute video (or shorter) about how your school would use the Dell equipment to enhance the learning experience and then there’s a voting process. More […]

Supporting Classrooms in Nashville

Being based in South Florida, the Adopt-A-Classroom team is familiar with the damage that heavy waters can cause. So our hearts went out to everyone who experienced the floods in Tennessee last month. While we were saddened by the destruction and losses, it was also heartening to see the outpour of support that followed. We […]

‘Thank You’ Note of the Day

We bet you’re excited for summer vacation! Here in Miami, Adopt-A-Classroom’s headquarters, today is the last day of school for Miami-Dade County Public Schools. To all of our teachers here and around the country – enjoy the summer! We know that some teachers are still wrapping up the school year and have heard that others […]