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I am in the process of renewing my National Board certification this year and have a parent who has filmed many different days/scenarios--she does photography for a hobby, though used a school camera for my work since I needed a video. She did amazing work on this and I'd like to give her something to show my gratitude. The problem is, she and her husband are very well off, lack for nothing...what can I give her that would truly show her how wonderful she's been but not cost me an arm and a leg? Ideas?
  • Flacka Since your volunteer doesn't "need" anything, then get her something that will brighten her day (flowers or a plant), an experience (take her to lunch), or something to remember you (a scarf or something from the class). On 2/04...See More
    Feb 7, 2015
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  • Jannyteach Maybe you can have your class make a book to give her. Each student can make a page. You could have a sentence already started- Thank you Mrs. ____. I will always remember.... and then they can illustrate it. Bind the pages with a cute cover. O...See More
    Feb 15, 2015
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  • Karen M. Idea #1: Does she like to cook? A cute plain apron, the canvas-like kind, with #1 Chef written on it and signed by all the kids and you. Idea #2: Along the same vein, a plain canvas tote bag with everyone's names on it. Who doesn't...See More
    Feb 17, 2015
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