NYC School Teachers Get a Big Surprise!

Oscar Winning Actor, Artist and Activist, Common, paid a surprise visit to high-needs school P.S. 111 last Thursday. With the help of our corporate partner Burlington Stores, Common presented $10,000 to the school’s teachers, just in time for the upcoming school year. This donation makes it possible for P.S.111 teachers to purchase the classroom supplies […]

PCM-G’s Commitment to Education Shines Bright With Their Star Teacher Award Program!

In 2017, PCM-G launched their Star Teacher Award program, designed to showcase and support 12 exemplary teachers around the nation committed to STEM education. As part of the program, one teacher would be voted to win a $10,000 technology grand prize. Jaime Miller, the 2017 Star Teacher Grand Prize winner in Bloomington, IN, was presented […]

AdoptAClassroom.org Partners With Kona Ice for Second Year!

We’re thrilled to partner with Kona Ice for the second year! Last year, our partnership with Kona Ice was a huge success. Together, we made a big impact for teachers and their students. Because of Kona Ice’s commitment to AdoptAClassroom.org in 2017, teachers across the country were able to purchase everything from basic supplies to technology […]

Watch a BIG Teacher Surprise on the Rachel Ray Show

Rickee Stewart is a teacher on a mission to help support the 2,100 homeless students in her district. Instead of wedding gifts for her engagement, she asked for coats to help her students in need. Check out her story on the Rachel Ray Show below: Thanks to Burlington Stores, Rickee’s students will receive all of the coats […]

Support AdoptAClassroom.org Teachers at Select Christopher & Banks Stores August 12!

Stop into Christopher & Banks’s Denim Dash on Saturday, August 12th to support AdoptAClassroom.org. While you’re in store, be sure to enter to win a free pair of denim. Two winners in each store will be selected. To learn more about how you can help teachers, visit any of the 29 participating stores on August 12, […]

Teachers’ Lounge-BIG Funding Opportunities!

This month, we’re launching two awesome new ways for you to fund your classrooms, and Farmers Insurance continues their support of teachers: Highest-Needs Classroom Fund If you teach at a Title 1 school and are in need of classroom supplies and materials, you may be eligible to receive funds thanks to Kohl’s! The grants range […]

Vanessa Hudgens’ Big Surprise

AdoptAClassroom.org teamed up with Kohl’s and Vanessa Hudgens to give teachers and students in Los Angeles a BIG surprise during their first week of school. Actress Vanessa Hudgens announced to more than 1,700 students at The Accelerated Schools in L.A. that they would each receive a pair of brand new Nike sneakers. But the students weren’t the […]

Subaru Partners with AdoptAClassroom.org to Help Classrooms in Need

Subaru of America is committed to making the pursuit of knowledge available to as many minds as possible. That is why Subaru, its retailers, and AdoptAClassroom.org are partnering together this August as part of the Subaru Loves Learning initiative to help bring classroom supplies to students across the country. Each classroom supply kit will include […]

Sheryl Crow Surprises her High School with Adoptions on the Today Show

In case you missed it, we were on the Today Show this morning! (Want to make sure you don’t miss our next big news? Join our mailing list). Last week, AdoptAClassroom.org and Sheryl Crow showed up for a surprise Pep Rally at Kennett High School in Missouri. Jenna Bush Hager and the Today Show came […]

This Valentine’s Day: Give TWICE AS MUCH to the classroom you love!

** February 11, 4 pm CST: We hit our goal of 100 classroom adoptions for Valentine’s Day! Thank you donors for supporting the classrooms you LOVE! While we no longer have matches available, there are many reasons why a classroom adoption is the best gift.** GIVE NOW > There’s a lot of love for teachers at AdoptAClassroom.org. With […]

Teacher Raises Test Scores with Fun Books and Apple Cider

How did teacher Mairead Beane see her 10th graders progress their reading levels by two years? She gave them a comfortable space to read books they enjoyed. Mairead Beane taught 10th and 11th grade Literature at Minneapolis College Preparatory School, where many of her students would be the first in their families to attend college. Though […]