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Timbercrest teacher Paula Cautrell surprised as ‘A Day Made Better’ recipient

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

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Timbercrest Junior High School teacher Paula Cautrell’s first period Challenge English class was interrupted Tuesday morning with a surprise delivery of $1,000 in classroom supplies from OfficeMax as part of the seventh annual A Day Made Better event. Nominated by her Timbercrest colleagues, Cautrell was recognized for her passion and commitment to the teaching profession, exemplifying quality teaching on a daily basis.Almost 1,000 teachers across the country were honored as A Day Made Better recipients Oct. 1. The OfficeMax A Day Made Better program, in partnership with its non-profit partner AdoptAClassroom.org, aims to help end the need for teacher-funded classrooms. Since 2007, A Day Made Better and other OfficeMax Goodworks programs have contributed more than $25 million in grants and supplies to support more than 31,000 teachers and their classrooms.

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