Menomonee Falls superintendent surprises staff for Teacher Appreciation Week
MENOMONEE FALLS, Wis. (CBS 58) -- A team led by the school superintendent made deliveries to the homes of teachers in Menomonee FAlls Monday.
It's the start of Teacher Appreciation Week, and since the schools are closed, they can't be recognized at work.
The district decided to deliver yard signs recognizing the teachers, along with a personal greeting.
"We usually do something just in the schools, maybe bring treats in, you know, may do some kind of recognition at the end of the day or something with them, thank yous through," said Menomonee Falls Schools Superintendent Corey Golla. "But this we wanted to do. They're all working from home like so many other people and really still giving their all, even though they're not with their students."
The teachers had no advance notice that the yard signs were coming, and the surprise was not only for teachers, but for other school district staff members as well.