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Sonic donates to local teachers

on Tuesday, 21 July 2020. Posted in News, Education, Local News

Sonic donates to local teachers

In honor of Teacher Appreciation Month, Sonic is providing teachers with necessary supplies for students to continue learning at home.

To recognize the entrepreneurial spirit driving teachers to meet their students’ distance learning needs during this difficult time, Sonic Drive-In matched all donations to DonorsChoose on Teacher Appreciation Day, giving 12 teachers in Florence a total donation of $1,577.

Exceptional teachers at seven schools were among those whose projects received funding, including:

• Anna Korb at Carver Elementary School for the project “Filming From 6 Feet Apart;”

• Charly Pryor at Carver Elementary School for the projects “”Out”Standing Outdoor Storage’ and “Inventing With IPADS.”

• Patty Ward at Carver Elementary School for the projects “Filters Fighting Fatigue,” and “Everything to Make Distance Learning a Success.

• Valerie Mcelroy at Carver Elementary School for the projects “Read Alouds via eLearning,” and “Fresh Supplies;”

• Lindsey Herring at Delmae Heights Elementary School for the project “Just the Basics;”

• Makayla Hicks at Greenwood Elementary School for the project “First Year Necessities;”

• Summer Craddock at Greenwood Elementary School for the projects “Stretching Our Minds While Relaxing Our Bodies,” and “Brain Gains With Flexible Seating.”

• Lynn Humphrey at Henry Timrod Elementary School for the project “Listen Up: Books in CD for Kindergarten;”

• Lisa Young at Moore Intermediate School for the project “School Supplies at Their Fingertips;”

• Shelly Flud at Moore Intermediate School for the project “Versatility in Math With VERSA TILES;”

• Latosha Goodson at North Vista Elementary School for the project “Read This;”

• Nicole Sims at South Florence High School for the project “Goodies for Graduation!”

“Teachers across the country face new and complex challenges to keep their students learning right now,” said Christi Woodworth, vice president for public relations for Sonic.

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