Heather, I am planning on giving our custodians an ornament that is not of a
religious nature, as I am not sure of their faiths. Pier 1 has some
beautiful glass balls that are painted on the inside. I loved the one that
featured an image of a dove. They come in a beautiful box and cost $8 I
believe, but were on sale for 25% off that price last weekend--I hope they
still are! And that there are some left! Aaack! I'd better get to the store
The other option I was considering was giving them some nuts or candy
purchased from the girl scout nut sale. The nuts come in cans that I could
wrap attractively and quickly. My favorite item from the nut sale is
chocolate toffee almonds, but one of our custodians is diabetic, and I don't
know about the others...so that is why I am thinking an ornament might be
better. Although I could give the diabetic custodian some non-candied
nuts--like cashews or a mix.
Those are my only 2 ideas at the moment!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Heather Hayes" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "TeacherArtExchange Discussion Group"
Sent: Saturday, December 10, 2005 12:24 PM
Subject: [teacherartexchange] gift for custodian?
>I want to give a small gift to the custodian who cleans my room every day.
>She does such an awesome job, and I know keeping my room clean is a lot
>more work for her than other classrooms. The only problem is that I don't
>know her very well because she only speaks Spanish. Any ideas on something
>to give her for Christmas? Do you guys give your custodians anything? If
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