CONTEST HAS NOW ENDED FOR THIS SCHOOL YEAR!
Check back in late August / Early September to nominate your teacher for the 2013 / 2014 Teacher Salute Program!
B104 will choose one winning teacher per month to salute; Winners will be announced the first Friday of every month on the Mike and Steph Morning show!
All winning teachers will be contacted by the B104 Promotion Department & the B104 Morning Show to set up their classroom party!
View Document for the Official Contest Rules for Teacher Salute!
Note: Parents can enter this contest for their children but please give us your child's name! (Anyone ages 13 and older can nominate their own teacher!) One entry per person per school year, please!
THANKS TO OUR TITLE SPONSOR: Community Music School
Your Teacher will Receive:
A $250 Gift Certificate for Meera Salon & Day Spa (Located at 3251 7th Street, Whitehall).
Teacher and Class will Receive:
- A Class Pizza Party from Little Caesars Pizza (Allentown, Easton & Bethlehem Locations) hosted by the B104 Morning Show!
- A certificate for a 45 Minute "In Class Lego Recess" from Bricks 4 Kidz in Center Valley - using Legos to create learning fun!
- Winning Teacher will also receive a Certficiate from B104 and also Perkins Restaurant honoring them as the B104 Teacher Salute Winner!
Perkins- Cedar Crest/Hamilton Blvd. Location!
Congratulations to our FIRST B104 Teacher Salute Winner for the 2012/2013 School Year... Mrs. Kathy Emmons!
Mrs. Emmons is a Second Grade Teacher at Lower Nazareth Elementary School and was nominated by her student Lucas and his dad Earl Snyder;
For being our Teacher Salute winner for the month of October, Mrs. Emmons will win a $250 Meera Salon & Day Spa Gift Card, Goodies from Perkins & Bricks 4 Kidz AND the class will receive a Little Caesars Pizza Party with B104's Mike and Steph!
Congrats Mrs. Emmons! Thank you for all your hard work!
Below is what Lucas's dad had to say about Mrs. Emmons:
"Kathy is an amazing teacher; she really supports her students. My Son Lucas has some learning problems that Kathy really had insight about how to handle his needs. Lucas might have had a bad day and Kathy would take the time to console him. She called home with any concerns or with ideas on how to most effectively help with Lucas's learning. Lucas is now going in to third grade and says how much he will miss Mrs. Emmon's hugs. When Mrs Emmons was at one of his baseball games, Lucas made sure he came to give her a hug!"