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SOURCE Teachers' Insurance Plan of NJ
RED BANK, N.J., March 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- As part of its ongoing support of New Jersey's educational community, Plymouth Rock Assurance - Teachers' Insurance Plan of NJ has donated $8,000 to the Brick Township School District toward education-related grants. The educators responsible for the 10 winning grant proposals were honored at the District's Board of Education Meeting on February 21.
The winning projects were "Carnival of Kindness" submitted by Brett Novick of Osbornville Elementary School, "Connect, Collaborate, Celebrate!" submitted by Nancy Evans of Drum Point Road School and Osbornville Elementary School, "Creepy, Crawly Creature Club" submitted by Sara Ball and Cherylan Shea of Herbertsville Elementary School, "Engineering is Elementary" submitted by Jaime Pratt and Jeanette Wehner of Emma Havens Young Elementary School, "Explore the Shore, 'Light' the Way!" submitted by Erin Sugrue and Deborah Osborn of Herbertsville Elementary School, "The Impact of Environmental Conditions & Changes on Plant Growth" submitted by Corrine Glowacki of Veterans Memorial Middle School, "Math Labs in Action" submitted by Valerie Abramo of Veterans Memorial Middle School, "Mentoring to Success" submitted by LeeAnn Ehehalt and Monique Sheridan of Emma Havens Young Elementary School, "Science Night Out" submitted by Maria DeBruin of Brick Memorial High School, and "Trout in the Classroom" submitted by Ben Schaible of Brick Memorial High School.
"These innovative programs demonstrate the passion that educators have in making their students the best they can be, and we're honored to be able to support that goal," said Marc V. Buro, President, Teachers Auto Insurance Company of New Jersey. "We can't thank New Jersey's educators enough for their tireless work and selfless dedication, but funding enrichment programs is one way we try to give back."
Teachers' Insurance has always been an active partner of educators throughout New Jersey. To date, the company has donated over $155,000 in grants, scholarships, and incentives across 21 school districts. All New Jersey school districts are invited to join the Teachers' Insurance no-cost Preferred Partner program for access to grants, student scholarships, and professional development opportunities.
"The Brick Township School District is honored to be chosen by Teachers' Insurance Plan of NJ for this generous award," said Dr. Walter Uszenski, district Superintendent. "Our talented and dedicated teachers have chosen academic themes including but not limited to science, math, engineering, technology, language arts, fine arts, and character education. The rigorous design of each project will provide a challenging learning experience for our students. The awards will provide this outstanding educational experience. On behalf of the Brick Township School District and the Board of Education, we sincerely thank Teachers' Insurance."
About Teachers' Insurance
Teachers Auto Insurance Company of New Jersey provides low rates and exclusive auto insurance services to active and retired employees of New Jersey licensed educational facilities, members of the New Jersey Parent Teacher Association (NJPTA), other members of the educational community, and their household family members who reside in New Jersey. Learn more at plymouthrocknj.com/teachers.