Dollar General Honors Educators as Every Day Heroes in September – Giveaway

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In celebration of educators everywhere, Dollar General is teaming with Procter & Gamble® to honor our nation’s schools and teachers who make a difference in the lives of children through its Every Day Heroes program .  The Every Day Heroes campaign honors educators who teach students to be their best by offering great savings on school supplies and other products for the heroes closest to our hearts.

Dollar General has a strong commitment to education through the Dollar General Literacy Foundation and believes learning to read, earning a GED or learning the English language are investments that opens doorways for personal, professional and economic growth.

During September, Dollar General is recognizing Kimberly Shearer, an English teacher and library science teacher at Boone County High School in Florence, Ky., as its Every Day Hero.  As an eight-year veteran of Boone County High School, her commitment to educating our youth and advocating for 21st century literary skills through the use of technology helped earn her the title of “Kentucky Teacher of the Year.”

When she is not busy helping her students succeed, Kimberly is spending time with her husband and two daughters.

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P&G and Dollar General have created a special prize pack for one of my readers that includes:  $10 Dollar General Gift Card, CoverGirl Black Ink Eye Pencil, Tide PODS Spring Meadow (sample size), Febreze Fabrci Refresher Gain Scent Spray, Febreze Air Effects with Gain Fresh Scent, Dollar General reusable shopping bag

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145 thoughts on “Dollar General Honors Educators as Every Day Heroes in September – Giveaway

  1. I have had so many great teachers. I think I'd pick Miss Jingersap (or Gingersnap as I liked to pronounce it in 1st grade).

  2. my favorite teach was my nursing teacher Sally Tibbles she is wonderful and was so encouraging.

  3. my favorite teacher was mrs shields who i was lucky enough to have for second and third grade

  4. I really don't remember my teachers except for my 5th grade one, Mrs. Spangler. I don't think she was a favorite. She seemed mad at me a lot of the time.

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  5. Mr.Larry Borden,,he taught Marketing in high school,an always made his classes fun an interesting

  6. Tell me who your favorite teacher was when you were in school.

    all i remember is she was hot

  7. My favorite teacher was my high school speech and debate coach. I was fortunate to have her as a teacher for all four years of high school.

  8. My 6th grade teacher, Joanne Mathis, was my favorite teacher…this was 1977-1978. She was awesome and made a huge impact on me. I saw her 2 yrs ago, and she still knew who I was! Gotta love that!

  9. My 1st grade teacher She was the only teacher I had in elementary school that encouraged me to read ahead!

  10. My favorite was my third and fourth year French teacher. She's still a Facebook friend.

  11. My favorite Teacher was my 6th grade English Teacher. He knew how to make learning fun, and as a result, I loved the class.

  12. My favorite teacher was my 6th grade math/science teacher. While waiting for class to begin or after school (while waiting for Twin to get out of class), we would talk about anything and everything, even coffee. She eventually moved to Pakistan and never heard from her again.

  13. I wouldn't say favorite but my literature teacher in high school , Mr. soyland is one of my most memorable. Quite flamboyant and loved to sneak off to the teacher's lounge during class. He did give me an appreciation for the classics.

  14. Well, I CANNOT remember their names, but I had two fav teachers in High School. One was the science teacher. He loved nature! He passed on that enthusiasm. The kids who hated nature probably hated him, but I like it. The other was a History teacher! LOL Yes, I like him- he was simply… well, cool. Very … "boho" Being a hippie myself- well, we got on famously. And he was a good teacher

  15. Mrs. Clark was my favorite teacher. She taught us the usual subject plus good manners.

  16. They put me in the LD wood shop class just to fill my schedule, I can't really remember the Teachers name, but it was the most fun I've ever had at school. The first half of class was always wood work, but the second have usually ended up being rubber band wars or something equally fun.

  17. I cannot remember her name, but she was in 7th grade. She would come and pick me up and take me to my saturday sports!

  18. I would have to say my favorite teacher was Mrs. Ryan, our chemistry teacher. She did great experiments and was fine with us doing some on our own, supervised of course!

  19. my favorite teacher was my calculus teacher, she made math fun and was very patient.

  20. My favorite teacher was Ms. Erwin; she was one of my English teachers in middle school.

  21. My favorite teacher was Mrs.Phegley, my art teacher..! I loved her so much! She was so much fun!

  22. My favorite teacher was my middle school french teacher. She was awesome!

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  23. My 6th grade teacher Mrs Hydock was my favorite! she was a very funny interesting and supportive teacher

  24. Mrs. Williams was my favorite teacher. She introduced us the magic of Roald Dahl and she made us spaghetti at her house for a field trip.

  25. My favoite teacher was Mr. Austin. He really knew how to relate to us and always treated us good.

  26. My 7th grade teacher was awesome. He genuinely cared about his students and taught us lessons beyond the curriculum.


  28. Mrs Katherns – she encouraged me to read, which has led to my lifelong love of books

  29. My favorite teacher was Mrs. Swanson, and she was my high school gifted/English teacher (had her all four years).

  30. My favorite teacher while growing up was Ms. Sylvia Bodie. She was the toughest teacher I ever had but she taught me . She was the first teacher that believed in me and in all of the students she taught. She was fair, too.

  31. I really liked my freshmen English Teacher in College he was very encouraging and helpful. He made the class very enjoyable.

  32. my history teacher was my favorite because he brought the subjects to life & engaged us

  33. My favorite teacher was Mrs. Gaynor in 3rd grade- I remember thinking that aside from my mother, she was the smartest, kindest, prettiest woman ever!

  34. My favorite teacher was Mr. Frisce. He was my government teacher, he made me want to learn law. He is the reason I went to college for law.

  35. The teacher who had the most influence on me was Mrs Eversfield my 4th grade teacher and sadly she passed away near the end of that school year. She understood that different did mean lesser and 50 years later I am still grateful for that lesson .

  36. My favorite was Ms. Sandlin in third grade.
    She was more like a grandmother than a teacher and taught me that I could be whatever I set my mind to.


  37. I favorite teacher was my senior English teacher. I adore her and she was so encouraging to all of the students.

  38. I loved my third grade teacher Mrs. Holt. I was always on the Golden Kids list and got free jolly ranchers!

  39. My favorite teacher was a lady named Mrs Bryant. It was for 6th grade. It was her first year teaching and she was so young and cool. I think she was no older than 22 or 23. I remember just wanting to be like her so much. She hadn't had time to get jaded yet and was so passionate about teaching. It was a great year.

  40. My favorite teacher was the Guidance Teacher, Mrs. Eggers. She just retired, but went out of her way to help every student.

  41. My favorite teacher was my 5th grade teacher who discovered that I was Dyslexic. It changed my life completely as I never felt stupid again.

  42. my favorite teacher was mrs phillips i had her from kindergarten through fifth grade for gifted, she was fabulous!!!

  43. My kindergarten teacher. Her name was mrs. Presley and she was amazing! 🙂 She later became a principle and when I graduated high school she was right there cheering me on. I was always a class favorite. 🙂

  44. Mr. Bush because he was the teacher that helped me through my Grandmother's death
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  45. I do not remember names, but had a science teacher who made class interesting and fun to learn

  46. Thanks for the giveaway…my favorite was Sister Margaret, a wonderful 1st grade teacher.

  47. Mr wetterman he taught us to respect ourselves and others
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  48. I had so many great teachers, I don't know if I can choose one. Maybe Mrs. Kirkpatrick.

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