Teachers are the foundation of our future, they are role models and heroes, and Georgia Spa Company wants to say
THANK YOU to all educators for everything that you do!
We also wanted to recognize teachers who go above and beyond through our Georgia Spa Gives Back Teacher Appreciation Program. The Teacher Appreciation program is supported through a portion of purchases made at Georgia Spa Company in the third quarter of 2023.
Here are the educators the Gives Back program had the honor of recognizing in 2023:
Mitch Freeman (center), a Visual Arts educator at Barrow Arts & Sciences Academy, was recognized at Georgia Spa's Auburn location by Georgia Spa CEO Josh Kemerling, coordinator Jose Rose and administrative assistant Stephanie Campbell. Barrow Arts & Sciences Academy Principal Nick Scheman (right) also joined Georgia Spa in recognizing Mr. Freeman.
Courtney Whitley, a Special Education educator at Walnut Grove High School, was joined by her family at Georgia Spa's Buford location, where she was recognized by East Retail Supervisor Rich Feggeler.
Carly Gates, an elementary school teacher from The Joseph Sams School joined by family at Georgia Spa's Newnan showroom, where she was recognized as part of the Gives Back Teacher Appreciation program.
Jordan Glastetter, an Arts Teacher at Manning Oaks Elementary, was joined by family at Georgia Spa's Alpharetta Showroom were she was recognized by West Sales Manager Steven Bridgers.
Kristina Istre, a Science Teacher at .R. Johnson Health Science and Engineering Magnet School, was recognized at Georgia Spa's Augusta showroom by sales associate Terry Kraus.
Dr. Elizabeth Goff is honored by Outside Sales Manager Mark Baker at Georgia Spa's Kennesaw showroom. Dr. Goff, an English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) educator at Bells Ferry Elementary, was recently named Cobb County Schools Teacher of the Year.
Tiffany Pilgrim, a Language Arts teacher at Dove Creek Elementary School is joined by her family at Georgia Spa's Athens Showroom where Sales Pro Leo Arsenault presented her with the Teacher Appreciation check.
Kimberly Norris, a Music teacher at Adairsville Elementary School, was recognized at Georgia Spa's Kennesaw Showroom by Outside Sales Manager Mark Baker.
Kimberly Engstrom, an English teacher at Academy of Richmond County, received her Teacher Appreciation check from Georgia Spa's Augusta Showroom.
Tricia Eith, a first grade teacher at Cornerstone Christian Academy, was recognized by Sales Pro Lisa Maradyn at Georgia Spa's Alpharetta Showroom. Each winning teacher received a $500 check in honor of them going above and beyond as an educator.