Revealing a BIG GIVEAWAY!

I am so excited to be revealing my BIG GIVEAWAY!!!  Thank you to Rusty May over at School Tools TV for donating this subscription to TEN LUCKY WINNERS!  That’s right…I said 10 LUCKY WINNERS!  The estimated value for each subscription is $50…that’s a $500 donation from Rusty!!!  Wow!  Before I give you the opportunity to enter, I want to explain to you what this amazing product is all about!

Let’s start off by stating that safe schools and classrooms require 3 things:  CONNECTION, RELATIONSHIPS and BASIC SOCIAL SKILLS.  Schools and classrooms that encourage interpersonal connections, healthy
relationships & social skills training will reduce bullying and get
better academic results.

Teachers who foster healthy
relationships have more teachable time. Students who feel connected to a
learning community do better in school. If you want to reduce bullying,
get better results and give every student the skills they need to
really succeed, SchoolToolsTV can help.

Rusty’s daily 1 minute videos,
weekly activity sheet and 24-hour community forum help create learning
communities based on healthy relationships, mutual respect and high
achievement. If you want to watch some free videos with your class today, go to School Tools TV Website to check them out!

I have been watching Rusty with my students for the past 3 years now and have drastically noticed a change in my students!  We start every day with his 1 minute video and it is a great way to open up our school day.  It provides me with an opportunity every day to discuss important issues with my students.  In today’s world, bullying is a major concern in schools.  I particularly like Wednesday’s message which is called the “Bully Byte”.  It brings several tips/concerns/scenarios “to the surface” and sometimes we even get a chance to do some role playing.  I continue to be impressed with my students when they encounter a tricky situation with a peer and they use what they have learned from Rusty when dealing with the issue.  I have even had parents ask about Rusty because their child is talking about things they learn from him while they are at home around the dinner table.  You can’t beat that!

I also like that at the end of Rusty’s message, he asks the kids a question that relates to his message for the day.  It is a great conversation starter!  My kids are always eager to listen for his question and immediately the hands fly up in the air because they want to be the ones to answer the question or add to the conversation.  I love it! 

SO…Do you want a 6 month subscription to Rusty at School Tools TV?????  You have several opportunities to enter to win this great prize!  Good luck to you!!!

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21 Comments

    • Filipa May

      Thank you Angela!!
      GOOD LUCK!
      Filipa
      – SchoolToolsTV

      Reply
  1. Jena C

    Thanks for the chance!!! I shared on facebook but I'm not sure how to send the link to the post – the link was just to my generic facebook page which is private but whenever I clicked on the actual link it too me back to your blog post… not sure WHAT I'm doing :-/ But my fingers are crossed this seems like SUCH a great resource!

    Reply
  2. Melinda's World

    So excited to have found another 2nd grade teacher. Love your blog. I hope to get mine looking so cute.

    Melinda
    talesofthesassyteacher.blogspot.com

    Reply
    • Angie Olson

      Hi Melinda! I'm glad that you found my blog too! It looks like you are off to a great start on your blog…love the chevrons! Good luck to you on this giveaway!!

      Reply
  3. Sylvia Parker

    I am intrigued about this program and what it could offer to my class. Thanks for hosting this giveaway.

    Reply
    • Angie Olson

      Thanks for stopping by and checking out my blog and giveaway. I tried to click on your blog and facebook links with no luck?!

      Reply
    • Filipa Matta

      Hi Najda!
      Than you so much for your interest and for posting it on your blog!
      The best of luck!
      Filipa
      – SchoolToolsTV

      Reply
    • Angie Olson

      Hey Najda. Thank you again for promoting my giveaway for me. I am so glad that we have connected! Your blog is adorable and I love to follow you on IG as well. I look forward to networking with you more in the future. Good luck to you on this giveaway!!

      Reply
  4. Sara

    Hi Angie! Thanks for following my blog! I know a lot of other MN bloggers (the entire list is on Fifth in the Middle's linky). We had a get together last summer and hope to again (when it is not so CRAZY cold!!). Thanks for being my 500th follower!!!

    Reply
    • Angie Olson

      Hey Sara! Thanks for stopping by my blog! I'm glad that we could connect. I really want to get to know the MN bloggers better this year! I wasn't able to come to the blogger meet-up last year as I found out about it just a few days after it happened. I definitely want to be there this year! Thanks for the Fifth in the Middle Linky suggestion. I went over there last night and found out that I was already signed up on the list! Ha! Good luck to you on this giveaway!

      Reply
    • Angie Olson

      Oh Kristen! I'm glad you stopped by and entered in this giveaway! I want to THANK YOU a million times over for all of your help and tips with organizing this giveaway. You really got me started on the right foot and gave me so many great tips! I am thankful for bloggers like you who are so giving of their time! I really do appreciate it! Good luck to you with this giveaway. Winners will be announced tomorrow!!!

      Reply
    • Room Eleven

      Love hearing about great resources from other teachers! Excited to read about Rusty and I am hopeful to win! Thanks for sharing!

      Reply
    • Angie Olson

      Good luck to you! I know your students would love Rusty! He has been amazing for my students and their social skills and character building!!!

      Reply
  5. Angie Olson

    Thanks for entering Sherry! I will definitely head over to your blog this morning and check it out! Good luck to you!

    Reply

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