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Teacher Appreciation Day is May 3 … Thank a Teacher!

April 27, 2016 - Posted in Education by Bette Jamison
Molly Spearman with image of a teacher in class

State Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman reminds us that May 3 is National Teacher Appreciation Day. View her thank-you message

May 2-6 is Teacher Appreciation Week, devoted to acknowledging the importance of teachers. In the United States, Teacher Appreciation Week is celebrated during the first full week of May and Teacher Appreciation Day is the Tuesday that falls during Teacher Appreciation Week so this year it is celebrated on May 3! 

The National Education Association (NEA) describes Teacher Appreciation Day as “a day for honoring teachers and recognizing the lasting contributions they make to our lives. As a nation, we all know that teachers play an inspiring role in educating our children, who are the future leaders of our country. Kind, patient, hard-working, dedicated and understanding, a teacher often has a profound effect on a young person’s life … They deserve to be loved and appreciated all the year through, and especially on May 3.”

So … on May 3 or during this Teacher Appreciation Week … THANK a teacher!

 

Teacher Appreciation Week – Win Registration for ETV Technology Class!

To THANK our teachers for their dedication and hard work, ETV invites SC educators to sign up to win registration for an ETV Technology class July 11-15 at ETV in Columbia!

One educator will be selected from our list of ed-news bulletin recipients! So … if you are not receiving the monthly online education newsletter, the ed-news bulletin, please go to www.scetv.org (bottom of home page) and sign up today.

The ed-news bulletin provides key information about ETV resources, PBS and ETV programming, StreamlineSC, PBS LearningMedia, teacher recertification and graduate courses, and more … a variety of information teachers can use!

The winner drawn on May 10th from the list of ed-news bulletin recipients will receive ONE free seat in the ETV Technology Class entitled Blended Learning: Making Your Classroom Interactive for 60 renewal credits (no graduate credit). The week-long course will be held at ETV in Columbia July 11-15. 

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