Thursday, April 2, 2015

Educator Appreciation Week events at Barnes & Noble


As it has every year, Barnes & Noble on South Willow Street is hosting several events to celebrate Educator Appreciation Week, April 11-19. The schedule includes a couple of special events involving two of our Manchester schools.
All faculty, staff and families are welcome to participate -- and don't forget to take advantage of your 25% educator discount on purchases all week long! 

Monday, April 13, 5pm - Marcia Amidon Lusted“Roaring Twenties: Discover the Era of Prohibition, Flappers, and Jazz”

“The Roaring Twenties” belongs in your classroom library, student bookshelf or media center for its treatment of major trends and issues.  History done well for today’s student.

Tuesday April 14, 5pm – To Kill A Mockingbird Open House Round Table

Join others for a discussion about how you use this classic in the classroom. One attendee will be chosen to win a copy of “Go Set A Watchman,” Harper Lee’s surprise sequel to this foundation of modern American Literature.

Wednesday, April 15, 5pm – My Favorite Teacher Award Presentation

Join us in appreciation of this years “My Favorite Teacher Award Wiinner” Mrs. Wade from McLaughlin Middle School. Aaron Triehy will be on hand to read the essay that was submitted.

Thursday, April 16, 6-8pm – Carrie Cariello

Join us for this event to observe Autism Awareness Month with Carrie Cariello, author of “Someone I’m With Has Autism,” the follow up to her best-seller “What Color is Monday?”

Thursday, April 16, 4pm - Henry Wilson School Book Fair

This week, educators get 25% off the list price of purchases. Why not make that count a little further by supporting the Wilson Elementary School’s book fair?

Saturday, April 18, 1-3pm


Join us for this event to observe Autism Awareness Month with Carrie Cariello, author of “Someone I’m With Has Autism,” the follow up to her best-seller “What Color is Monday?”

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