TEACHERS

Please mail all entries to:
VFW Post 2100
2711 Oakes Ave.
Everett, WA. 98201

Attn: Donald Wischmann

Teacher of the Year

Each year the VFW recognizes three exceptional teachers - one each 
from the elementary, junior high and high school levels - for their 
outstanding commitment to teach Americanism and instill patriotism in 
their students.

The VFW Teacher of the Year award contest recognizes three exceptional 
teachers for their outstanding commitment to teaching Americanism and 
patriotism to their students. Each year, a classroom elementary, 
junior high and high school teacher whose curriculum focuses on 
citizenship education topics — for at least half of the school day in 
a classroom environment — can be nominated for the 
Smart/Maher VFW National Citizenship Education Teacher Award.

Teacher of the Year Award Brochure

VFW in the Classroom

Every day, we strive to thank America's educators by providing them 
with helpful resources and encouraging our members to visit local 
classrooms. Let us help you educate America's future leaders and bring 
history to life!

Veterans play an important role in educating our nation's youth about 
the founding principles upon which America was founded. As combat 
veterans, VFW members can provide students with a unique perspective 
about the sacrifices America's service members make to maintain 
freedom for all of us.

When visiting a classroom, a VFW member will prepare a brief 
introduction, a main presentation and a Q&A session.

American history is something we all share, and there's no one better 
to help tell that story than someone who's had a great part in shaping 
it.

Contact Donald Wischmann at vfwpost2100@yahoo.com to arrange for a 
veteran to visit your classroom.