This time of year finds lots of stores hosting teacher appreciation events, and of course homeschool teachers will want to enjoy these as well.
My favorite of those I have attended in previous years — Office Depot. Here’s the scoop from their site:
|Office Depot’s Annual Teacher Appreciation Breakfast events are held at Office Depot retail stores across North America and are designed to provide a venue for teachers to network and prepare for the upcoming school year.
More than 100,000 teachers are expected to attend.
Office Depot is celebrating our Star Teachers with a spectacular day of savings and special treatment! As our guest, you will enjoy breakfast, 10% off purchases (exceptions provided if asked), and a tote bag filled with gifts.
Take advantage of this exciting event to stock up on all the classroom materials you’ll need in the fall. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will be on hand to make sure you find the best supplies you need to succeed.
The Office Depot Star Teacher Program is open to Pre-K through 12th Grade classroom teachers.
Staples says thank you to teachers with :
- FREE thank you gift bag*
- Great coupon savings
- Get a sneak peek at must-have new items for your classroom
*FREE gift bag available for first 100 teachers. While supplies last. Information on location — Click here
Office Max will be thanking teachers starting this coming weekend on July 31 and August 1. MaxPerks members receive free reuseable bag with a 20% discount for everything you can fit in it. More giveaways and gifts as well while they last. More information on their site, just click here.
Saturday, August 13, 2011is Big Lots’ Teacher Appreciation Day. They want to thank America’s teachers and educators for their hard work and devotion.That’s why they have designated August 13, 2011 as Big Lots Teacher Appreciation Day. Check out special discounts just for educators on that day.
Don’t forget to call ahead to confirm dates and offers at your local store. And, don’t forget your homeschool ID card to verify your status as a homeschooler.
Thanks to Frugal Penny for the heads up.