Photo by BarbaraLN on Flickr

Photo by BarbaraLN on Flickr

Ivar’s and Kidd Valley seeking teacher nominations

Teachers will be awarded $500 to use toward school supplies as part of the annual Teacher of the Year program.

Ivar’s and Kidd Valley are looking for students in kindergarten to eighth grade to nominate a teacher that has or is influencing them.

The teachers will be awarded as part of the 15th annual Teacher of the Year program. Two teachers will be awarded with $500 to use toward school supplies.

Nomination forms must be filled out a local Ivar’s or Kidd Valley — located at Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park— by May 20.

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