Breezeline recognizes teachers with deliveries of doughnuts, coffee

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From left, Bob States of Breezeline, Tori Chapman, co--director of Education at Monarch; Diane Bessey, executive director at Monarch; Brittany Johnson, Breezeline; Matthew Young of Breezeline, and Al Johnson of Breezeline (Courtesy photo)

Each morning last week, Breezeline visited Dover Middle School, Somersworth High School , Tri-City Christian Academy and Monarch School of New England in Rochester to deliver coffee and doughnuts in honor of Teacher Appreciation Week.

As a member of the Somersworth and Rochester community, Breezeline recognizes the important role that teachers play and wanted to show them its gratitude for their hard work and remind them of the positive impact they have on the lives of their students with this gesture of appreciation.

"We are thrilled to partner with Breezeline on this initiative," said Christopher Tebo, Somersworth High School's Principal. "Our teachers work hard for New Hampshire students, and it means a lot to them to be recognized in this way."

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