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Poulsbo Elementary teacher receives $1,000 in classroom supplies

October 2, 2012 · Updated 4:39 PM
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Linda Hofferber, Poulsbo Elementary second grade teacher, received $1,000 worth of school supplies for her classroom Oct. 2 as part of OfficeMax's 'A Day Made Better' program. / Jenn Markaryan/ Contributed

POULSBO — Linda Hofferber was the recipient of $1,000 worth of classroom supplies Tuesday, Oct. 2.

The second grade teacher was nominated to receive the supplies as part of OfficeMax's "A Day Made Better" program. The program provides 1,000 teachers nationwide with supplies annually.

Hofferber is described as "a devoted teacher who loves to work in her garden, knit warm socks and has an extensive pig collection," a news release from the North

Kitsap School District stated. She began teaching at Poulsbo Elementary in 1977.

The staff and school principal, Claudia Alves, worked with OfficeMax to provide Hofferber with the supplies, the release states.

 

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