Business Community Honors SBPSD Teachers
SBSPD PRESS RELEASE
San Bruno, CA. November 12, 2017. Nearly 100 San Bruno Park School District teachers were honored at Nueve Mexican Bistro in Bayhill on November 6 at the San Bruno Chamber of Commerce’s second annual Teachers’ Cash for Class event.
In partnership with YouTube, Welch Family Partnership, San Bruno Rotary Club, Marshall Realty and San Bruno Education Foundation, donations were raised in the business community to provide teachers with $100 cash gifts to help them offset school supplies they personally pay for during the year to enhance classroom teaching activities.
Additionally, the committee (Shannon, Kimberly, Whitney Welch, Joey Oliva, Kirsten Pinochi, Nancy Kraus, and Jamie Monozon) collected bags of classroom supplies – one for every teacher in attendance – donated by San Bruno Education Foundation, Walmart, Office Depot, CVS, Mollie Stones, Lunardi’s, and Recology San Bruno.
New to the event his year were raffle prizes donated by, among others, Mac Cutting Board, Red Rooster and 47 Hills.
at $1000 and above: YouTube, Skyline College, Marshall Realty, San Bruno Chamber of Commerce and Scott Buschman Photography (donation in kind);
$500-$999: San Bruno Rotary Club, Welch Family Partnership, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, Corey, Luzaich, Pliska, deGhetaldi, Nastari, Riddle LLP, San Bruno Education Foundation, Peninsula Health Care District;
$200-$499: Nueve (donation in kind) San Bruno Fire Fighters Association, San Bruno Police Officers Association, Tony’s Auto Repair, Mayor. & Mrs. Jim Ruane, Metro Electric, Anonymous; and
at the $100 level: Connie Jackson, West Coast Café, Crestmoor Auto Center, Al Stockton, Arnolds Door & Operator Service, Associated Window Cleaning, Amy Fink (Blue Ribbon Travel), Kris Gonzalez (California Real Estate Loans), David Woltering, Dr. Regina Stanback-Stroud (Skyline College), Meg Finones (Edward Jones), Emile Hon, First National Bank, Barbara Einsiedl (Edward Jones), Greg Pierce, Schrieber-Hatamiya Trust, Robert Acheson, Bob George, San Mateo Credit Union, Wayne Weathers and Denise Granville (State Farm Insurance), Dr. Stella Kemp (SBPSD), Stephan Seymour, Terry Jackson; and, from Marshall Realty, Danny Armenta, Denise Maker, Maureen Davis, David Crespin, Anne Oliva, Joey Oliva, Berta Tovar.
It does “take a village to raise a child”! Thank you to San Bruno’s business community for doing their part to support teachers in the education of our youth.