State Farm Announces 9 Polk County Teachers win the State Farm Teacher Assist Grants
Teachers in Florida were asked to submit their innovative teaching ideas the week of January 11 for an opportunity to win State Farm ® Teacher Assist grants. In less than 2 hours, two hundred entry forms were submitted by Florida teachers!
State Farm is proud to award $100,000 to teachers across Florida. Forty teachers will each receive a $2,500 grant to implement or support their classroom projects. Visit the State Farm ® Teacher Assist website for a complete list of winners.
We have 9 winning teachers out of 200 in Polk County. Three of the teachers are from Lakes Wales and 3 from Haines City. Here is additional information on each of the nine winning teaching ideas:
State Farm is awarding $500,000 in grants to teachers. Two hundred teachers, 40 each in Florida, California, Michigan, New York and Texas will each be receiving $2,500 State Farm® Teacher Assist grants. The money will help them meet the challenges of teaching during the pandemic.
“As a company, we have a long history of working with teachers, educators, and students across the country. We are heartened by the immense response received from teachers sharing their solutions to overcoming challenges,” said Annette Martinez, State Farm Senior Vice President. “Congratulations to the winners. We are proud to support you and help you reach your goals!”
We thank again all the teachers that submitted their ideas. You are making our neighborhoods safer, stronger and better educated!
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