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'A Day Made Better'

Woodlawn teacher honored with supplies for class

Representatives from the Rotterdam Office Max surprised Christina Miskovsky, a third grade teacher at Woodlawn Elementary School, with $1,000 worth of school supplies on Tuesday, October 1, 2013.  Miskovsky is a recipient of OfficeMax’s “A Day Made Better” award.
Representatives from the Rotterdam Office Max surprised Christina Miskovsky, a third grade teacher at Woodlawn Elementary School, with $1,000 worth of school supplies on Tuesday, October 1, 2013. Miskovsky is a recipient of OfficeMax’s “A Day Made Better” award.
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Six little heads bent over a large, bright orange box in Christina Miskovsky’s third-grade classroom at Woodlawn Elementary School. “Look at this!” cried one of the students, holding up a package of erasers shaped like items on a fast food restaurant menu. “Sticky notes!” shouted another, holding up a cellophane-wrapped package of yellow paper squares. “This is so pretty,” Vidya Udairam said, passing her teacher a purple notebook. “Do you want this one?” Miskovsky asked ...


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