Coffee & Donuts for Duval County Schools Office Staff: Beaver Acts of Wow 12

September 23rd, 2019 by

Our Beaver family try and do the most we can for our Duval County School System, and that includes providing grants, several resources, and also the opportunity to win a vehicle. With that being said, this week for our random Acts of Wow #12, we decided to spoil those who “hold down the fort” in our school systems by bringing coffee and donuts to the front office staff of 4 local Duval County schools! We were given such warm welcomes by everybody, from the grounds keepers, to the students, to the Principals of the schools! Bucky Beaver was super excited to be able to see what going to a real school was like! He ended up making many friends, as well as, received several heartfelt hugs! Bucky said it made him so happy to hear from Ms. Hammer, the Principal of the Douglas Anderson School of Arts, who stated that her husband had also met Bucky Beaver last Friday, when we were at Chick-fil-A! Bucky, said he couldn’t believe what a small world this is! Bucky, would also like to give a shout out to the Ms. Bravo, the Principal at Englewood High School, for giving us a tour and allowing us to take pictures with the students, as well as, experience the excitement of their homecoming pep rally!

Our family from Beaver Chevrolet would like to give thanks to:
• Ms. Hammer the Principal from Douglas Anderson School of the Arts
• Ms. Bravo Principal, also known as “Head Ram” from Englewood High School
• The office staff at Bishop Kenny High School
• The office staff at Hendricks Avenue Elementary School

If you or someone you know is a teacher, let them know how much you care, by telling us how great they are, and they might get a chance to WIN A NEW CHEVROLET VEHICLE!

To view more pictures from random Acts of Wow #12 check out our Beaver Chevrolet Facebook page!

5 Ways the Front Office Staff Positively Impacts Your School
1. They have processes that work for them—and the school.
2. They connect with students in a unique way.
3. They know how to talk to parents.
4. They build culture with the rest of the staff.
5. They handle the details so you can focus on the big picture.

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