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Send a gift pack for Teacher Appreciation Week and support Chalkbeat at the same time


Thank the special teachers in your life during Teacher Appreciation Week (May 4–8, 2020), by sending a breakfast gift pack from Morse Farm Maple Sugarworks.

Choose from two gift packs featuring Vermont maple syrup and pancake mix. Both are sure to brighten the mornings of your favorite teachers, especially during these challenging times.

When you order, be sure to use code CHALKBEAT at checkout for special savings on the following gifts:

  • Dot’s Favorite (16.9-ounce cabin can of Grade A Amber Maple Syrup and a 20-ounce bag of pancake mix)
  • Burr’s Favorite (1 quart of Medium Amber Maple Syrup and a 20-ounce bag of pancake mix)

Morse Farm is generously offering 10% off for Chalkbeat readers, and they are donating 15% of sales to Chalkbeat. You must use code CHALKBEAT at checkout.

We join Morse Farm in saying we are exceptionally grateful for all the hard work being done by America’s teachers — now more than ever as they are navigating the difficulties brought on by the coronavirus.

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