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5 Innovative Ways to Thank a Teacher During Teacher Appreciation Week

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ORLANDO, Fla., May 1, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- This year, Teacher Appreciation Week is May 5th – 9th with National Teacher's Day on May 6, 2014.  These are days to honor our teachers and recognize the lasting contributions they make in our lives.  From apples to flowers, teachers have been thanked in many ways over the years. Student Loan Peace offers up 5 innovative ways to say thank you, 21st century style.

  1. Stream it. Have your child express words of thanks in a YouTube video. Post it on your school's Facebook page.
  2. Personalize it. Look for ways to personalize gifts at Walmart.com and other retailers, offering everything from customizable coffee mugs to phone and tablet cases. How about printing your math teacher's favorite formula on a phone case, or an English teacher's favorite verse on a coffee mug?
  3. Crowd-source it. Make a private Facebook page for your child's teacher. Invite everyone in the class (children and parents) to write comments, post artwork and pictures. Send your teacher a link on National Teacher's Day.
  4. eBooks or Print. Let's face it: teachers love books. But these days, it's hard to know whether to go print or digital. Giving an Amazon or Barnes & Noble Gift certificate allows a teacher to choose. Android and iOS device support Kindle (Amazon) and Nook (B&N) apps.
  5. Pay it forward. Inspiring students to use their skills and talents to make the world a better place is a calling for many in the teaching profession. Let your teacher know how you and your kids are paying it forward.

Bright Horizons Financial Services' Student Loan Peace program thanks teachers by helping them and other public service workers determine eligibility for government student loan consolidation programs that can result in significantly lower monthly student loan payments and loan forgiveness

"Few other professionals touch as many people as teachers do," said Curt Henderson, Bright Horizons Financial Services President.  "Their skills come through extensive education which can result in burdensome student loan debt.  Please thank a teacher that has helped you by telling them about available government student loan consolidation programs that can reduce their monthly payments and in some cases even forgive their loan balance."  For the month of May, after a free consultation to determine eligibility, teachers will receive $100 off for assistance in helping them file for a consolidation.

Bright Horizons Financial Services is a trusted partner for people seeking a brighter financial future, through expert advice, coaching and educational programs.  The company offers consolidation help to millions of consumers seeking student loan debt relief as well as financial coaching that can change your life in only three months.

  • Student Loan Peace: Find out how to consolidate your student loans and lower your monthly payment. Call 800-250-3333.
  • Financial Growth Coach: Change your life with the help of one of our financial growth coaches.  Establish achievable goals, identify income-boosting opportunities, achieve dramatic savings and develop a sustainable money strategy. Call 800-256-1628.

About Bright Horizons Financial Services, Inc.
Bright Horizons Financial Services is dedicated to helping consumers improve their financial futures.  The company offers personal financial services such as: student loan consolidation and personalized financial growth help.

Chris Henningsen
Bright Horizons Financial Services
(407) 532-5659

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