A Love Letter to the Laminator: The December Teachers’ Lounge

Win $25 for your classroom with just 17 syllables

slide033Ok teachers, we know how attached you can get to your favorite school supplies. We also know that it’s (almost?) winter break, and you’re ready to unwind. According to Harvard University, expressive writing may help you relax. Here’s our holiday challenge to you:

Write a Love Haiku 

To Your Favorite School Supply

Win 25 Bucks.*

*One random entry will receive $25 in their AdoptAClassroom.org account. Answers will be accepted on the corresponding Facebook post through mid-January.  Happy writing!


Featured Opportunity: Share your goal to win $25

screen-shot-2015-09-29-at-12-40-20-pm-660x504We’ve mentioned it before, but donors are more likely to give when you’re working towards a concrete goal. The holiday season, when so many people are looking for causes to support, is a great time to try this!

Here’s a little extra incentive: When you post on Twitter or Instagram about your fundraising goal for the holidays using #AACWishList and tagging AdoptAClassroom.org, you’ll be entered to win one of 10 $25 credits for your classroom (If you’re only on Facebook, share the post, then make sure to directly message us a screenshot). Questions? Email Shelby.


Featured Contest: Win a Laminator!fellows-giveaway-banner-image

We Are Teachers and Fellowes are giving one lucky teacher a laminator and 12 laminating pouch packs. (Prize valued at $1,000). Twenty-five runners-up will receive a laminating pouch pack (valued at $50).

Deadline: January 2, 2017


Happy holidays, teachers! We hope you find relaxation and peace before diving into the new year.

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