Best Buy for Education $25,000 SWEEPS for Schools!

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My husband is the administrator at our school and he juggles everything from teaching, fundraising, grants, technology, discipline issues and pretty much everything else. One thing that has been a huge help to us resource wise is the Best Buy Education department. We called them last year, not knowing what we even needed or wanted for our school, and they were able to talk with both my husband and I about all of our options, what would fit best for our school, and how they could help. They told us our best options even though it meant that we didn’t buy anything from them. They were easy to work with. All we did was tell them our budget range and what we were looking for and they laid out all of our options for us. Although we did not end up using their services last year they still helped us and we will be going back to purchase technology through them for our school this upcoming year as we update things.

Right now Best Buy Education has an AWESOME sweepstakes for teachers and administrators with a GRAND PRIZE of $25,000 Best Buy credit – can you imagine how much that would help your school update their technology? Other prizes include things like gift cards, Microsoft Surface Pro 3 tablets and keyboards, etc. You can ENTER for the SWEEPS here! (Open to employees at K-12 accredited schools, please see fine print on the sweeps page for more details.)

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  1. Karen Jager Michael says:

    I presently teach in a Title I Texas school. Our technology director is retiring. I35 has taken up land so many businesses have closed which is less tax money going to our school. Presently our internet capacity is very low and many days we can not even access AR so students can take reading tests. First we need more band width so we are able to even use internet on a daily basis then Ipads would be ideal as we do not have any for student use. I really worry about future of our school (Bruceville Eddy Elementary). I’m taking a position closer to home next school year, but am not leaving because of the students at all. I care for them immensely and their future. This 25k grant would help our little country school greatly. Please consider assisting and I’ll assure you this money will be used for the students. They are why I teach and where my focus is. Thank you Karen Jager Michael

  2. Jacqueline Herrera says:

    I currently teach a low social economic group of bilingual students at Harris Elementary with AustinISD. Most of my students come with incomplete school supplies and used items to work with daily. It is difficult to assign a project that requires using a laptop or any type of technology that enables that to complete projects. However, in a positive note, these students are eager to learn and are self-motivators. We are like a family and show our ampathy when things go wrong at home. Thanks for this opportunity and hope to hear from Best Buy soon.

  3. Mindy LeVasseur says:

    I am currently the full time substitute teacher at the Henry Lord Community School in Fall River , MA. Our school system has an overwhelming amount of ELL (English Language Learners)students who would benefit from headsets with mouth speakers to help them learn the curriculum. As well as support the teachers with a better understanding as to what their student are trying to express. Our school is in its first year and we have been handed down 30 used computers from all over the city. There is not a day that goes by that atleast 5 of these are not working properly . Our classroom sizes exceed 25 students per 45 minute period. We would greatly appreciate the chance of recieving this donation for new and improved technology. As we al know it is the 21st century and in order to have successful future citizens we need to provide them with the right tools.
    Thank you,
    Mindy LeVasseur

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