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Washington SAR

Sons of the American Revolution


Retired school teacher Art Dolan explains the value of inviting SAR Presenters into the classroom.

Washington SAR President Douglas Nelson standing in front of a "Living History" information display table.

SAR PRESENTERS:

"BRINGING HISTORY TO LIFE."

Educator Night is a fantastic opportunity for the SAR to show our colors and explain what we do.  In a casual, relaxed atmosphere we meet teachers face to face and describe to them our School Programs such as the Knight Essay Contest, Rumbaugh Oration Contest, and the JROTC Enhanced Essay Contest.  Additionally,  we seek to sign teachers up for Living history presentations. 


Over 500 educators from all over the Puget Sound attend this event .  These consummate professionals are the ones who are willing to go "outside of the box" to make learning fun and exciting.  They are the best of the best.  Educator Night facilitates the exchange of ideas and showcases the many programs and resources they can use to  accomplish this objective.  


The SAR is honored to be included among those who are invited to attend!

Educator Night

(L to R) Bob O'Neal, Douglas Nelson, Viren Lemmer (Music Teacher), and Art Dolan (retired Science Teacher).  Together, they attended  the “Educator Night”  at Foss Waterway Seaport Museum  in Tacoma, on October 6th.  Over 500 teachers and administrators were present.