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A teacher's day made better
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Posted: 2013 Oct 11 - 06:58

Sevin Bullwinkle/staff photographer

Port St. Lucie Manatee Academy assistant principal Peggy Chase and principal Lilly Beauchamp stand with Language Arts teacher Maggie King, the recipient of $1,000 worth of office supplies from Tradition Office Max as part of their 'A Day Made Better' program on Tuesday, Oct. 1. Each year, OfficeMax and nonprofit partner, AdoptAClassroom.org work with school principals nationwide to select and recognize 1,000 deserving teachers with an A Day Made Better award and $1,000 in classroom supplies donated by OfficeMax.




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