Anniversary Giveaway!

**THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED

Congratulations to the Winners!

  • Grand prize winner: Christina McGovern, Mountain Brook High School, Mountain Brook AL

  • 2nd place: Melissa Roller, Andros Karperos School, Yuba City CA

  • 3rd place: Vicki Scott, Grand Caillou Elementary School, Houma LA

 


 

The Peer Tutoring Resource Center Turns 2!

2nd-anniversary giveaway for teachers

Dear k-12 educator / peer tutoring practitioner, we invite you to join us in celebrating our 2nd anniversary by entering our giveaway contest for the chance to win 1 of 3 prizes worth a total of $450! Yes, one of these Amazon gift cards could be yours:


 

  • 1st place

teacher freebie giveaway

  • 2nd place

teacher gift card giveaway

  • 3rd place

How to Participate in the Contest

We want to know how you / your students have been impacted by peer tutoring. Firstly, make sure you meet our contest eligibility requirement*, then submit your entry via the Contest Entry Form below. Winners will be selected after all responses have been reviewed by our judges.

*Entries may be verified to ensure contest eligibility requirements are met.

Contest Rules & Eligibility

  1. This contest is open to U.S. residents only
  2. You must be currently working as a k-12 teacher / educator at an accredited k-12 educational institution in the United States
  3. Contest opens on our birthday, November 4th!
  4. Deadline to submit an entry for this contest is December 4th, 2015

Contest Results

Winners will receive an email notification (along with instructions on how to redeem prizes) during the week of December 16th, 2015. Winners will also be announced on this website, in our newsletter and social media pages – Facebook and Twitter

Sponsor

This contest is sponsored by the R.A.D. Schwartz Foundation

Contest Entry Form

(*All Fields are Required)





Full Name*

Your Email*

School Name*

School Address*

Your Job Title*

In what positive ways has peer tutoring impacted your students / school? OR impacted your work as an educator? (no more than 150 words)*