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Teach Like a Rockstar Podcast - Episode 51

Debbie Scott is the founder of Help A Teacher – a Facebook community with over 100K members dedicated to providing teachers with supplies, encouragement, and community. Just over a year ago, following the Florida school shootings, Debbie Scott was moved and inspired to do something to make a difference in the lives of teachers and their kids. As a result, she reached out to a handful of teachers who she knew and asked what supplies they needed for their classrooms…[listen now]

Help A Teacher Makes National Impact

A local nonprofit benefiting teachers was created a year ago and has helped at least one teacher in all 50 states. Beginning with just a couple of posts and a reach of about 100 people during the first week, the Help A Teacher Facebook page now has more than 81,000 likes and a reach of about 10 million in the past 28 days…[read more]

Cool Cat Teacher Podcast - Episode 400

5 Ways To Help A Teacher – Debbie Scott has started the “Help a Teacher” Facebook page. Learn how it works and join in supporting teachers…[listen now]

Local Teacher Brought to Tears After School Supply Donation

A local fourth-grade teacher at St. Columba Catholic School was brought to tears by the generosity of others who donated some much-needed school supplies for her class…[read more]

She Persisted Show with Melissa Carter

Episode 11/12/2018 – Debbie Scott, the founder of Help A Teacher, joined Melissa to talk about how you can help your favorite teacher save money…[read more]

Help-A-Teacher receives donated calculators, gift cards to MISD, teacher

Help-A-Teacher and local Midland businesses are going all-out to help those in need within MISD. On October 24 Community National Bank in Midland donated 30 graphing calculators the district…[read more]

Help A Teacher On The Bacon Podcast

Help A Teacher Founder Debbie Scott talks with Brian Basilico of the Bacon Podcast about the genesis and mission of Help A Teacher….[read more]

Underfunded teachers turn to Facebook for help in the classroom

From New Jersey to California, underfunded teachers are turning to social media to get the supplies they need….[read more]

The Chris Voss Show Podcast 225 with Debbie Scott from Help A Teacher

Chris Voss interviews Debbie Scott, founder of Help A Teacher and the Help A Teacher Foundation, on his popular podcast…[read more]

Help a Teacher surprises Emerson teacher with school supplies

Sep 26, 2018 – Curtis Nethery, Emerson Elementary School sixth grade math teacher was surprised Wednesday with supplies he needed for his classroom all thanks to Help a Teacher…[read more]

Lukeville Elementary Teacher Receives Big Surprise

Sep 14, 2018 – Kayleigh Amos, a special education teacher at Lukeville Elementary, received a big surprise on Thursday afternoon…[read more]

Gulfport teacher gets a helping hand with classroom expenses

Aug 10, 2018 – Help A Teacher is a new organization that helps connect teachers from around the country with those that would like to help with school room expenses…[read more]

Midland woman creates organization to provide school supplies for teachers

Aug 8, 2018 – For Debbie Scott creating the “Help a Teacher” Facebook page was a moment she reflects on as a divine inspiration…[read more]

Midland woman creates organization to provide school supplies for teachers

Aug 6, 2018 – The Help A Teacher website came through in a big way for a local junior high school…[read more]

Bel-Aire Elementary Teacher Surprised with New School Supplies

Aug 2, 2018 – A local Gulfport teacher got a sweet surprise today just in time for back to school. Samantha Fabacher, a first grade teacher at Bel Aire Elementary, thought she was attending a regular back to school meeting…[read more]

Local organization surprises MISD teacher with classroom gifts

Jun 11, 2018 – After the Parkland school shooting, one organization called Help A Teacher wanted to make sure educators everywhere felt appreciated…[read more]

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