Clear the List 2023 | Supporting Teachers in a New Academic Year
We understand the important role that teachers play in the growth and development of our students. In recognition of their dedication to educating the next generation of engineers, dancers, entrepreneurs, environmentalists, artists and leaders, SSC Services for Education is committed to helping Clear the Lists of educators in the communities we live, work and play in.
In 2021, we had the opportunity to clear the wish lists of six teachers in Knoxville, TN, where our corporate office is located. In 2022, we expanded our efforts to sponsor 10 classrooms in Knoxville, as well as six first-year teachers at our partner schools.
This year, we are excited to share that we have expanded our efforts even further. In addition to supporting 12 classrooms where our associates’ children will learn this year, and 11 teachers at our partner schools, we have also cleared the lists of 7 teachers who are relatives of our Knoxville office associates. This year’s totals include 30 classrooms, with a total investment of over $10,000, given directly to teachers who are making an impact.
Meet The Teachers
Ms. Deborah Moreno
Ms. Deborah Moreno is a first-year teacher at Alvarado Elementary South. Ms. Moreno graduated from Tarleton State University with an honors degree in Elementary Teacher Education. She will be an educator of bilingual first grade scholars. She is a mom of 2, and both of her kids will be attending Alvarado ISD with her. She is so excited to be AES Indian!
JB Henderson Teachers
Teachers at JB Henderson, part of Henry County Schools in Georgia, were excited to receive items from their shared Amazon wish list this year. They created and signed a poster for SSC, and shared a thank you note on social media: “Thank you SSC Services for Education for supporting our teachers and students! We appreciate all you pour into JB Henderson!”
Monet Crow is a first-grade teacher at A.L. Lotts Elementary. Monet knew from a very young age that she wanted to be a teacher- she loves working with children, and it brings her joy to see them learn and grow. This year is Monet’s 13th year of teaching, and she is excited for another great year!