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Back-to-School Deals: Calendar of Teacher Appreciation Days

by Tara Kuczykowski on August 5, 2010 · 4 comments

Teacher Appreciation DayIf you're a teacher or homeschool parent, be sure to mark your calendar for the following Teacher Appreciation Days so that you can stock up on the supplies you need for less. Be sure to visit each site to verify the dates for your local store as well as the identification you'll need to have in order to take advantage of the deals!

:: Big Lots

On Saturday, August 14th, 2010, get 10% off.

:: JoAnn Fabrics

On August 14 & 15, 2010, get 20% off all purchases plus a free tote bag (while supplies last).

:: Michael's

Every Friday through September 24, 2010, take an additional 10% off your purchase, including sale items.

:: Office Depot

Save 10% on all in-store purchases and receive 50% in-store rewards when you buy selected brands along with teacher breakfasts and fun door prizes. Dates vary by region.

:: Staples

During the month of August, Staples will be holding teacher appreciation days with a free gift for the first 100 teachers, product previews and more.

:: Office Max

Get a FREE reusable bag and 20% off everything you can fit in it on August 15th!

:: Barnes and Noble

Enjoy FREE snacks from the cafe, raffles, FREE gifts and a tour of the new Barnes & Noble @ School section. Dates vary by region.

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1 julie August 12, 2010 at 7:39 pm

How sad is it that these programs really only recognize state/county paid teachers, but not teachers of Early Childhood Education, Day Care providers (both home and center based), or home schooling parents! I think we have forgotten some very important people.

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2 Anon August 13, 2010 at 8:10 pm

Actually, Julie, most places will accept multiple proofs of validation as a teacher. A paystub or issued document stating you're a current teacher will work, as well as (generally) membership to the NEA. I forget the name of the organization, but there is one that will provide a certified educator's card, especially handy for homeschooling parents, to provide during Teacher Appreciation Events. Do your research next time.

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3 tom May 10, 2011 at 12:06 pm

way to try to make something nice like this seem negative

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