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27May2014

Pet Expo Fun Results in Donation to Teacher Grant Program

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  Pet Expo Fun Results in Donation to Teacher Grant Program   The Pets in the Classroom grant program will be able to provide 65 teachers with funding to purchase classroom pets thanks to money raised during America’s Family Pet Expo.   With the help of other pet-related businesses, the World Pet Association (WPA), host
19May2014

Study Finds Increase in Pet Ownership Numbers Due to Classroom Pets

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Pets in the Classroom           FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Study Finds Increase in Pet Ownership Numbers Due to Classroom Pets Programs like Pets in the Classroom are positively influencing children and leading to more family pets   While the value of classroom pets has always been clear to organizations like the Pet
12May2014

Preventing the Transmission of Infectious Diseases

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Google Pets in the Classroom has some new resources for you!  Please take a moment to take a look over our Preventing Infectious Disease Transmission sheets.  This is important information for you to have and be familiar with:   Preventing Infectious Disease Transmission in Small Animals: Preventing Infectious Disease Transmission in Reptiles: Preventing Infectious Disease Transmission in
05May2014

Summer Care for your Classroom Pet

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The end of the school year is always a hectic time in the classroom.  As you deal with end of the year parties and assemblies,  getting your grades in, and the rising energy levels of your students, don’t forget to make arrangements for your classroom pet!   The best choice for your classroom pet is
02May2014

Educational Grant – There is Still Time to Apply!

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With the school year  winding down and summer about to begin, teachers may think now is not a great time to get  a classroom pet.  Well, now may not be a great time to incorporate your pet into the classroom, but it is a great time to get the pet and get acclimated with it! 
15Apr2014

Life Lessons from Guinea Pigs Cuddles and Bubbles

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In our last blog post, we told you about Kristin Shanley, a science teacher at Bethune Community School in North Minneapolis, and her experience with her classroom pets. Well, Shanley had so many great things to say that we thought we would share a bit more of her experience with you and the lessons her
18Mar2014

Notes of Gratitude

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Google As you may have heard, Pets in the Classroom has provided grants to over 38,000 teachers!  We are so thankful that we are able to provides these grants to teachers and know that teachers are thankful too!  Just read a few of the notes we have received from teachers expressing their gratitude:   I
10Mar2014

More from Mr. Crouse on His Classroom Pet Experience

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In our last blog post, we heard a little bit about teacher Rodney Crouse’s experience with classroom pets and the Pets in the Classroom grant program.  Since teachers are such a wonderful source on the Pets in the Classroom experience, we thought we would share a little more from Mr. Crouse…   On the Pets
25Feb2014

Mr. Crouse’s Experience with Classroom Pets

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Pets in the Classroom   Complete with a parakeet named Grace, guppies, snails, dwarf frogs, ghost shrimp, sword tails, and a bristle nose pleco, Rodney Crouse’s first grade classroom at Vandalia Elementary School is brimming and bustling with activity. Specializing in science curriculum, Mr. Crouse originally heard about the Pets in the Classroom grant program
10Feb2014

Students Express Thanks

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Google Some of the 1.9 million students that have been touched through the Pets in the Classroom grant program have sent us thank you notes expressing their appreciation for the financial help with their classroom pets.  Nothing says thank you quite like a picture or letter from a student.  Just take a look:    
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