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Monthly Archives: July 2013

U.S. Cellular is Calling All Teachers to Take Action

During the 2014 back-to-school season, U.S. Cellular will give $1,000,000 to classroom project requests submitted on 99Papers.org by teachers in U.S. Cellular’s markets. Any full-time public or charter school teacher in these areas is eligible to participate. To be considered for funding, start at www.99papers.com/teachers and follow these steps: Make sure you’re affiliated as a…

Warby Parker, Mindy Kaling, and 99Papers.org

We’ve long been fans of our friends at Warby Parker, so you can imagine our excitement when we were chosen as their partner to produce a 99Papers.org pair of sunglasses! We love the “school bus yellow” detailing, thank-you note themed lens cloth, and “99Papers.org” written on the inside leg of each frame; but, our favorite…

Help a Moore, OK Hero Rebuild Her Classroom

On May 20th, Mrs. Marinelli’s life changed forever when winds destroyed her Plaza Towers Elementary School classroom. In addition to losing 8 years worth of teaching materials, falling debris crushed Mrs. Marinelli’s lower back and tore vital ligaments as she protected three students from the classroom’s crumbling ceiling. The aftermath of the EF-5 tornado left her…

Take a Pop at Learning

99Papers.org strives to give teachers access to resources that can bring their classrooms into the 21st century, and our vendor partners work really hard to help us reach that goal. As such, we are thrilled to announce that AKJ Books has now added BrainPOP® to their selection of digital courseware! Founded in 1999, BrainPOP® has…

Disneyland CREATE Grants Return

Disneyland’s Creative Resources Enabling Arts through Education (CREATE) grants are back!   This year, the Disneyland Resort will provide up to $100,000 in materials to support integration of the visual and performing arts in Anaheim and Orange County classrooms. Last year’s grant went to support 358 projects, including dramatic play materials for Mrs. Tavares’s transitional kindergarten…