French Toast funds project for Butler Academy teacher | Hartsville Messenger


HARTSVILLE—French Toast funded a project on DonorsChoose to buy 3Doodler pens for Butler Academy students for their Science/STEAM program this spring.

These pens allow students to turn a drawing from a prototype into a real 3D item to make learning more convenient and engaging.

As French Toast creates school uniforms, Tara Dempsey’s project, which will help create a positive learning environment for her students, aligns with French Toast’s mission to connect with the next generation of kids they dress and the schools they serve.

In honor of Teacher Appreciation Month, French Toast wanted to give back to those who inspire them the most. The brand has supported 10 teachers across the United States by funding their classroom through DonorsChoose, a national nonprofit organization that allows individuals to donate directly to classroom projects in public schools.

On the application, she was listed as Mrs. D. Dempsey is a fourth grade teacher at Butler Academy.

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“Butler Academy is one of our valued partner schools, so we were delighted to show our support,” said Stephen Ashear, President of French Toast. “Ms. D’s project request was for 3D printing pens, a fun and hands-on way for her researchers to learn about STEAM and express their ideas. Helping kids shine, whatever their passion , is part of French Toast’s mission, so we appreciate Mrs. D for inspiring her students to find their passion in new and exciting ways.

“Thank you very much for your generous donations. I’m so excited for my fellows to see these 3D pens. They are going to be thrilled,” Dempsey wrote upon learning that his project had been chosen for funding. “I know they will have so much fun using their imaginations to create 3D objects. We look forward to updating you all with photos once we receive our items.”

Other teachers who have received donations are based in California, Florida, Illinois, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, Oregon and Texas.

French Toasts values ​​the hard work of teachers and their ability to create a positive impact in students’ lives, guiding younger generations to become kind and intelligent members of society, Ashear said. While each teacher uses the funds in different ways depending on their needs, these donations will help them purchase French Toast uniforms for their students, as well as other essential supplies and healthy snacks for their classrooms – all items that will help create positive learning. environments for their students, in keeping with French Toast’s mission to connect with the next generation of children they equip and the schools they serve.

Since 1985, French Toast has been trusted by thousands of schools across the country as a uniform supplier and is committed to partnering with the communities we serve. French Toast works directly with our manufacturing partners every step of the way, delivering more value without sacrificing quality. For more information on French Toast, visit http://www.frenchtoast.com/schools.

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