College of Education to Host Appreciation Lunches for All School District 25 Employees
April 21, 2022
To show appreciation for all that School District 25 employees have done to support youth, preservice teachers and the community during the Covid-19 pandemic, the Idaho State University College of Education will serve lunch to more than 1,400 faculty and staff at the district’s 26 schools in April and May.
Beginning April 25 through May 13, College of Education faculty, staff, student, and alumni volunteers will be visiting one to three schools every day during the lunch hour to help serve SD25 employees a free lunch, hand out t-shirts, and personally thank them for all they have done to help students.
“This is just a small gesture of our profound appreciation for everyone in SD25 who supported our students’ learning and well-being during the pandemic. We know the past two years have been incredibly challenging for you and we want you to know that we have great respect for the work you have done and continue to do for the kids in our community,” said College of Education Dean Jean McGivney-Burelle.
"We are deeply thankful for this heartfelt gesture to celebrate local educators," said Dr. Douglas Howell, SD25 Superintendent. "To show this level of gratitude to our entire staff as part of our celebrations for Educator Appreciation Week is a testament to the strength of the partnership between the school district, the College of Education, and Idaho State University to deliver high-quality education to the learners we serve.”
To learn more about the SD25 Educator Appreciation Lunches, please email Aubi Crabtree at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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