Teacher Appreciation Contest Rules

From 12:01AM Thursday, December 26th 2013 through 11:59 PM Thursday, January 30th, 2014 students can submit an entry on coast931.com, stating “why their teacher deserves to be recognized.” Students who nominate a teacher must be in grades kindergarten through 5th grade and have a parent or guardian over the age of 18 fill out the form, and register on the Upickem system. Beginning Friday, January 10th, 2014 Coast 93.1 will select two entries each week, judged to be the Coast Morning Show favorites, based on the description of what makes the teacher special. Each winning teacher will receive 4 large pizzas for his or her classroom from Willow’s Pizza and Restaurant. Entries and teachers will be contacted via email/and or phone no later than 5pm on Fridays. The pizzas will be delivered the following Tuesday by Coast 93.1 to the teacher’s classroom. Recordings of students and photos may take place with pre-approval from student’s parents or guardians.
Pizzas estimated at a retail value of $64. After the submission period has ended, one random teacher from the total eight teachers will be upgraded to receive an Apple iPad Mini 16GB valued at $299 courtesy of RCA Records. Upgraded winning teacher will be notified via email/and or phone no later than 5pm on Friday, February 7th. All prizes will be awarded to winner no later than Monday, February 24th.

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