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$9 million OKC Metro teacher & support staff Christmas Bonus
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2018 Christmas Bonus for OKC Metro Teachers and Support Staff

We can’t possibly thank teachers and school staff enough for everything they do for our kids. That’s why as business people, we’ve worked behind the scenes since 2015 to rally Oklahoma’s business community to honor, encourage and invigorate our school staff with millions in gifts of goods and services. Last year, we gathered over $5M in gifts to honor Oklahoma public school teachers and support staff with The CHEER Project!

This year, the Rewards of Honor’s Christmas Teacher and Support Staff Bonus EXCEEDS $9 million!

That’s $370 in value to 25,000 teachers and support staff, just in time for Christmas.  Our Winter 2018 effort brings an incredible range of gifts from entertainment, dining, books, merchandise, music, fun, fitness, transportation and even home services.

But, you can get special gift access and a BIGGER BOOSTED BONUS? 

Instead of continually checking our site to see when the gifts are unlocked, just click the button below.  We’ll email you the second the gifts are unveiled with a special unlock link. PLUS, we’ll give you exclusive access to bonus boosts, some valued up to $409!

Rewards of Honor’s Outstanding 2018 Participants

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Transforming public education in Oklahoma is totally within reach. Join us.

Our vision is to make Oklahoma the leader in restoring honor to the teaching profession.

We’re not OK with losing even a single teacher to another state. Resources exist right now to transform our schools and make teaching in Oklahoma extraordinary. How? Business people can do what the government never can. To prove this is true, we’ve gathered OVER $14 MILLION in bonuses for teachers and support staff over the past two years.

In our professional role, our team has helped some of the nation’s largest companies create tens and even hundreds of millions of dollars of impact and improvement in a single year.

The same approach applied to our schools could immediately fix morale, boost esteem, and gather the necessary resources to elevate our schools out of the shadow of the budget crisis to become part of the nation’s best. We’re proving it’s true right now. Are you ready to see the transformation put into high gear? We can’t do it alone. Let’s have a conversation!

We are looking for great companies, committed school districts and extraordinary community leaders to join us.

We have seen time and again that the economics of generosity works — it literally has the power to turn Oklahoma’s public schools and the state economy around. Our educators and our children deserve nothing less.

I want to be a part. Tell me more.

What others say about Rewards of Honor

Dr. Pam Deering

Dr. Pam Deering’s experience with Rewards of Honor

Dr. Pam Deering, former Superintendent of Mid-Del Schools and the current Executive Director of the Oklahoma Association of School Administrators speaks about her positive experience.

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Dr. Rick Cobb

Dr. Rick Cobb, Superintendent of Mid-Del Schools

Dr. Rick Cobb, Superintendent of Mid-Del Schools, Stacy Boyer, Director of Communications, and a Mid-Del educator speak enthusiastically about the program and its future expansion.

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Shawn Sheehan

2016 Okla. Teacher of the Year, Shawn Sheehan

“I have been encouraging everyone to rally around public education, and I’ve found that Rewards of Honor is on the cutting edge of how to bring businesses into the cause.”

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A 2015 Journal Record Innovator of the Year Award Recipient

“Not only has it created tremendous help for educators, the business impact has been overwhelming.”

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News 9 spotlights Rewards of Honor impact on Mid-Del Schools

“‘… Just to have the community supporting and backing us, that in itself is an incentive,’ teacher Tara Bryant”

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The Oklahoman – Rewards of Honor, September 26, 2015

“A program designed to partner…educators and businesses has skyrocketed since its launch in March.”

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Tyler Media – Rewards of Honor, Mid-Del Schools, OASA

Interview with Dr. Rick Cobb and Stacey Boyer of Mid-Del Schools, and Dr. Pam Deering, OASA Executive Director

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Faulkner Journal Record - Rewards of Honor

Journal Record feature – The story behind Rewards of Honor

“Steve Faulkner has long touted the marketing effectiveness of social giving and community goodwill.”

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MWC Beacon showcases impact of Rewards of Honor program

Faulkner said he saw teachers and principals tear up. “It wrecked me…I told them, ‘I will run through walls for you!'”

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