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Falcon Elementary School Of Technology Benefits From Teacher Program

Falcon Elementary School of Technology Benefits from Teacher Program

PEYTON, CO – January 17, 2019:  Falcon Elementary School of Technology Benefits from Teacher Program

Lauren D Collier of real estate firm Live Dream Colorado operates the Colorado Springs Teacher Program to support the important work of teachers in Colorado Springs. When any teacher at any school in Colorado Springs chooses to work with Live Dream Colorado to buy or sell a home, the social impact real estate company donates $250 to the teacher’s school.

Recently, Kirin Kinder, a teacher at Falcon Elementary School of Technology, sold a house with Live Dream Colorado, putting the Teacher Program to work. Mrs. Kinder selected a very special recipient for the donation from their sales. On January 17, 2019, Collier delivered a check in the amount of $250 from Live Dream Colorado in the names of Kirin and Frank Kinder to Ms. Julie Platt and her second grade classroom at Falcon Elementary School of Technology. Ms. Platt and her wonderful students, in conjunction with the school, have decided to allocate the funds to purchase many new books for the school’s library! They selected some of Frank and Kirin’s favorite titles to add to their collection. They’re committed to reading, and it shows with their thoughtful use of the funds!

Collier sends a big Thank You to all of the teachers that do so much for all of our kids and communities. Teachers of all grade levels and subjects are welcome to participate in raising funds for their school, and all schools in Colorado Springs are eligible to participate in the Colorado Springs Teacher Program.

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Julie Platt, 2nd grade teacher at Falcon Elementary School, accepts check from Live Dream Colorado. Funds are being used to purchase some of Mrs. Kirin Kinder’s favorite children’s books for the school’s library in honor of all that Mrs. Kinder did for the students and school.

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