Teacher Appreciation Week kicks off May 2nd, so don’t forget to show your teachers how they’re a valued part of your schools! While you may not be able to personally reach out to every teacher on your staff, there are plenty of ways to show them how they’re making a meaningful difference in their communities. Here are 7 fun ways to mark the celebration!
There’s no gift for teachers quite like school supplies. Search for their list and provide them with a gift basket full of their must-haves!
Find out what supplies teachers need most and buy them in bulk. Set up a few tables in a designated area with all the supplies laid out, and invite teachers to come pick out everything they need during lunch!
Guarantee that at least one day during the week, teachers won’t have to rush to get a breakfast sandwich and coffee on their morning commute. Offer an array of healthy, delicious options as well as a coffee bar so they can make it exactly to their taste.
Send an email home to parents asking them to give thanks to teachers in their own way. Gestures as small as a note of gratitude or a gift card for coffee will go a long way!
Granola bars, fresh fruit, bagels, and more! Teachers can keep their lunch boxes at home during Teacher Appreciation Week with a fully-stocked snack bar.
Imagine your teachers coming into school one morning to see their classroom doors completely “defaced” with sticky notes! Upon closer inspection, they’ll see a kind word of encouragement written on each sheet. It’s a sure way to make your teachers feel appreciated, and it’ll be a total surprise too!
Make it a priority to personally thank your teachers over the loudspeaker for the whole school to hear. Let them know it is their week to know the difference they’re making!