Enter to win $500 for classroom supplies with Lenovo’s Clear The List giveaway 

Teachers invest their time, energy, and creativity every day to nurture, challenge, and bring out the best in students. But too often, they also have to make financial sacrifices to meet classroom needs. 

#ClearTheList is a social media movement started by a teacher in Texas to help solve the lack of classroom supplies educators often face. The average teacher spends $479 out of pocket on notebooks, pens, and other back-to-school supplies each year. Clear the List requests that individuals and organizations bridge the gap by fulfilling teachers Amazon Wish Lists.  

This year, Lenovo and LanSchool will help up to 20 randomly selected teachers clear their lists with $500 gift cards to use toward their classroom wish lists.  

How to participate  

From now through August 12th, teachers can enter by creating a social post on Twitter that includes the following: 

  • School name 
  • Grade level and subject(s) taught
  • Tag @LenovoEducation 
  • Hashtag #LenovoClearTheList 

Posts submitted after August 12th will not be considered. Winners will be notified and announced through Twitter by August 15th. See complete rules and regulations here. 

How to help 

Back-to-school season is exciting for teachers, with the anticipation of meeting new students and trying out new methods and modules. But it can also be activity filled and stressful. Helping reduce the back-to-school financial burden is a great way to give teachers the breathing room they need to focus on what matters most – creating the best possible lessons plans and learning environments for their students. 

Join us in giving back to the educators who give so much. Share this giveaway with the teachers in your life. You can also search #ClearTheList on any social media channel to clear the list for a teacher who needs it. 

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