Two Bellevue teachers received $890 each for two teacher-led projects each as part of SONIC Drive-In’s Limeade for Learning initiative.

Awarded in May, SONIC recognized teachers and the contributions they make to education as a part of the Limeades for Learning initiative in partnership with nonprofit

With the goal of helping teachers obtain classroom supplies and learning resources, SONIC launched a donation match in honor of Teacher Appreciation Month and gave the Bellevue teachers $890.

SONIC donated a total of $1.2 million matching donations made to SONIC teacher projects in May. As a result, SONIC rewarded four entrepreneurial teacher-led projects at two schools in the Bellevue community:

Rebecca Holland at Bellevue East High School for the project “Calculating Budgets!”

Holland at Bellevue East for the project “Getting Organized!”

Maggie Young at LeMay Elementary School for the project “Wiggle While We Work.”

Young at LeMay Elementary for the project “Teaching Organization Through Student Mailboxes.”

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