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Foundation Launches Campaign Supporting Montana Teachers

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A new campaign kicked off to help Montana teachers.

Monday, the Montana Professional Teaching Foundation launched the "Support Montana Teachers" campaign to raise awareness about the importance of professional teachers in every Montana community.

The foundation also stresses the need for supporting teachers in your community by sponsoring the "Montana Teacher of the Year Award."

You can help support teachers in Montana by donating to the "Teacher of the Year" program.

To do that, visit supportmontanateachers.com or mail a check to Montana Professional Teacher Foundation, 1232 East 6th Ave., Helena, MT 59601.

Friday, the foundation will present this year's "Teacher of the Year" award in Bozeman during the two day MEA-MFT Educator's Conference at Belgrade Public Schools.

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