The 2019/2020 school year comes to an end on May 21, 2020 – and after the last two months of shared parent-teacher educating it is likely parents have a greater appreciation for the work teachers do. Traditionally, in that last week of school students will take gifts to their teachers as a way to show appreciation for their work with a student during the year. But this school year it may not be quite so easy with everybody still social distancing. Since Rinse Bath and Body is often a place where many of those gifts are purchased, this year they are creating a way to make it possible for that tradition to continue.
“We want to help make sure that our teachers are not forgotten this school year,” said Heather Swanepoel, owner of Rinse. So the store will deliver your chosen gift to the school your student attends for the attention of his or her teacher.
Here’s how it works.
Step 1: Shop for Rinse Goodness & Create the Perfect Gift
Shop with us In-Store: 106 South Broad Street, Monroe, GA
We will gift bundle your goodies for you making them perfectly packaged for gifting. A tag with student name & gift message will be included with each bundle.
Step 2: Let Us Know Your Teacher’s Information
We will need the following information for each teacher you are gifting to make sure we can deliver your gifts.
Teacher Name, Grade Level & School
Student’s Name & Message to Teacher
Step 3: Rinse Delivers
We’ve arranged with ALL Walton County Schools (both public and private) to deliver teacher gifts on a weekly basis. The schools will make the final arrangements for the teachers to pick-up their treats. There are no shipping or delivery fees for this service.