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Vote for the Best Dressed Teacher!

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Thanks to all those who entered the TeachHUB Best Dressed Teacher Contest. Everyone looked great!

Here are the five finalists for TeachHUB's Best Dressed Teacher Contest! Check out their photo entries and vote today by answering the poll to the right or on the Teacher Tips page!

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Kelly Lonergan
English Teacher
Rich Central High School
Olympia Fields, IL

 

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Jennifer Saunders

3rd Grade Teacher

Kimberly Elementary School
Atlanta, GA

 

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Corinne Gries

Middle School Teacher

Christ the King School

South Bend, IN

  

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Gary Segadi

Pierce Middle School

Redford, MI
 

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LeAnne Mills
8th Grade Language Arts

Albemarle Middle School

 Charlotte, NC

Whoever receives the most votes by Monday, November 16 at noon will win a $100 gift card to the school-appropriate clothing store of their choice! The poll allows one vote per day per person/computer. At TeachHUB, we fully support shameless self-promotion, so tell your friends to vote for your favorite & get the word out!

Now that you've seen the finalists and you know the rules, IT'S TIME TO VOTE!

We'd also like to give an Honorable Mention to Leah Igo who rocked it as SUPER Teacher this Halloween!

The Spirit Award Goes to:

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 Leah Igo

Mill Creek Elementary School

Madison, AL