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Classroom Makeover



The goal is to help teachers teach by giving them the supplies they so desperately need for their students. The Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development found, that on average, an elementary school teacher spends $500 annually, out of their own pocket, to buy supplies for their classrooms.

Deadline for applications is the 15th of every month. On the 15th of each month a committee will review the applications and select one teacher for that month’s Classroom Makeover. Then we will show up at school with a big check!

Teachers can fill out an application telling us about their classroom and students and parents can also submit an application telling us about their favorite teacher! We are excited to give back to those teachers who have given so much already.

For Teachers:

If you are a teacher needing a Classroom Makeover, fill out this form and tell us about yourself!

Please note, you will get a confirmation email letting you know we received your application. However, we are unable to contact every person letting them know that they were not selected. You can return each month to resubmit.

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For Students and Parents:

If you are a student or parent wanting to nominate your favorite teacher for a Classroom Makeover, click the link below and tell us about them!

Please note that you will get a confirmation email letting you know we received your application. However, we are unable to contact every person letting them know that their teacher was not selected. You can return each month to resubmit!

http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/1486390/KION-Classroom-Makeover-Parents-and-Students-Form

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