Saturday, September 5, 2015

SOMETHING GENUINE the world is fine but the people are fucked

  • Me in elementary school: The teacher gave me a check list for all my school supplies. I have to have everything.
  • Me in college: [Slams some $1 notebooks and Redbull in my cart, remembers I have some pens in my car] Fuckin ready 2 go

Saturday, August 22, 2015

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Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Nominate a Teacher for Busey’s Supplies for Success Program

Source: --- 2 days agoFrom the Editors Here’s a chance to give your favorite Teacher a shout-out and possibly help him or her win money to go towards school Supplies this year! Starting Aug. 17, you can go to Busey’s  More...

Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Give supplies and help neighborhood educators

Clearwater, Florida – The commencement to class is on and teachers like Jennifer Warner realize that a large number of her understudies will touch base in her classroom this fall with a willingness to learn and very little else.

"Completely, we have understudies that accompanied no book packs. They're here to simply begin, yet you truly require those fundamental things," says Warner, who shows first grade at High Point Elementary School.

That is the reason every year, Warner and her partners break into their own piggy banks and burn through several dollars on school supplies. "It's generally a test to supply everything and to verify they're getting the equivalent instruction that they merit," she says.

Instructor's Toolbox assists with school supplies WTSP

What's more, that is the place you can offer assistance.

10 News and Walgreens are collaborating to fill Teacher's Toolboxes. Simply buy a couple of additional supplies at Walgreens and give them at the counter.

As we did the previous fall, 10 News will pack up many boxes and convey them to educators and understudies. In classroom after classroom, our conveyances created shouts of bliss and yells of much obliged.

When you watch them in real life, you understand educators like Warner are without a doubt exceptional. They merit your backing. So give and help fill a Teacher's Toolbo

Monday, August 10, 2015

Teachers Say They Have Too Much Money for Supplies in This Sarcastic Hefty Campaign From Havas Worldwide Chicago By Katie Richards

h bag company Hefty and Havas Worldwide Chicago tackle a big issue—one that's more powerful than smelly garbage or nondurable bags—for the brand's new #SaidNoSchoolEver campaign.
The new work, which includes two 30-second online spots and a handful of playful memes, aims to raise awareness of the serious lack of funding many public schools and teachers face—but does so in a tongue-in-cheek manner.
The writing in the 30-second spots is both sarcastic and sharp, with teachers delivering lines like "We do not need any more art supplies" and "This map—from 1913. Almost all of the states are there." 
"At no point was this supposed to be polarizing for the brand," Havas group creative director Ecole Weinstein told Adweek. "We wanted to touch the surface of the issue and still do it with a bit of a smile and make [the campaign] culturally relevant and sharable."
Havas also wanted to bring Hefty's involvement with the Box Tops for Education program to light. Hefty, the only trash-bag brand currently supporting the initiative, has donated over $3.5 million to Box Tops over the years. The subject matter also hit close to home for some members of Havas' creative team.
"Myself, as well as a couple members of the creative team, have deep ties to the education system," Weinstein said.
Weinstein, whose mother was an inner-city school teacher in Florida for 29 years, said she grew up knowing all about the challenges teachers and public schools face. She added that the dry, sarcastic humor would share well on social channels, especially among the teacher crowd searching for a little bit of humor. 
Check out some of the memes from the campaign below.

Client: Hefty
Agency: Havas Worldwide, Chicago
Chief Creative Officer: Jason Peterson
Group Creative Director: Ecole Weinstein
Creative Director: Shelby Georgis
Copywriters: Matt Bush, Ellie Brzezenski
Co-Head of Production: David Evans
Executive Producer: Brigette Whisnant
Producer: Jordan Sider
Business Affairs Manager: Bonnie Hamilton
Group Account Director: Lisa Evia
Account Director: Kevin Passolt
Senior Project Manager: Matt Hartwig
Production Company: Caviar Content
Director: Jeff Bitsack
Executive Producer: Darren Foldes
Producer: Tova Dann
Director of Photography: Giorgio Scali
Editing Company: Studio 6 CHI
Senior Editors: Mike Abrams, Andrew Maggio
Senior Audio Engineers: Todd Bernstein, Studio 6 CHI; Mark Ruff, CRC
Executive Producer: Lauren Shawe
Post Producers: Jordan Sider, Kara Weinert
Colorist: Luke Morrison, The Mill
Assistant Editor: Kelsey Moher
Graphic Artist: Jesse Willis, Studio 6 CHI

Sunday, August 9, 2015

Educators score school supplies at deal costs at transfer deal

Children aren't the main ones requiring school supplies. Educators need them, as well. Educators by and large burn through five hundred dollars a year on school supplies for their understudies out they could call their own pockets.

At the point when Jefferson County evaluation teacher Gwen Vann as of late resigned she understood she had a great deal of extra school supplies, then had a thought. "I had a carport deal after I resigned. It took two trucks to get my materials from my kindergarten class into my home. It sat in the carport two years. At last had a carport deal and the instructors were so energized when they came."

That is on the grounds that they were purchasing tremendously required showing materials for pennies on the dollar.

That first carport deal soon transformed into the yearly Teacher 2 Teacher Consignment Sale, held in Denver. Twenty-seven shippers offering more than 14,000 previously owned showing supplies at around twenty pennies on the dollar.

All previously owned for 80 percent investment funds. Now that is "An or more" for financial matters.

Saturday, August 8, 2015

Lake City teacher uses internet to find funding for school supplies

Cameron Orr starts his first year of teaching August 17th at Lake City High School.
A few weeks ago he wasn’t sure how he’d pay for all of the supplies he needs.
“I saw how necessary supplies were and as a teacher I know supplies are very necessary than a classroom,” says Orr.
He decided to turn to the website He set up an account with a goal to raise $1000 and reached that goal in just nine days.
“It’s just incredible at the amount of supplies I’m able to get my students, with that amount of money is life changing for some of the students and also for the curriculum in having my classroom,” mentioned Orr.
Lake City High School Principal Ned Blake says funding sources like GoFundMe are great to use to ensure classrooms have what they need for the school year.
“It helps supplement student support areas. Also, it gives teachers the opportunity to have means of having extras and having extras in the classroom is always essential for teachers, cause we can never have too much,” explained Blake.
Until there is more school funding, teachers say they’re just thankful for friends and strangers who are willing to help the cause.
“When it comes to supplies in school districts, everyone is always hunting for supplies and I’m very grateful to have that money to use for my students in order to better their education,” Orr said.
“And just having a first year teacher to follow through with being committed, being able to invigorate student lives is so important,” added Blake.
And if you ask for help, he says you’ll get it.
“If another teacher says hey I could really use this, I could really use that, of course I am willing to help out,” said Orr.