Teaching as a Profession Supply Drive


Photo Taken By Coach Tighe, Taken in 2020, Some Rights Reserved

Teaching as a Profession is a new pathway at Lambert where students learn how to obtain teaching and leadership skills and examine the teaching profession. 


These students learn how to work with children and make positive impacts on students’ lives. The mini student-teaching experience includes hands-on and rigorous activities, allowing students to help the community and contribute to contemporary issues in education. 

As a group of students taking a look at education issues, past and present, in the spirit of the holiday season, the Teaching as a Profession students are coming together to donate new school supplies to teachers and students in need! All donations will be given to the Sandy Springs Education Force.  


The Sandy Springs Education Force is a system that provides free supplemental programs to engage public schools with less of an advantage than most. Any student is allowed to participate. This enables students to go to college and to excel academically. 


The drive runs from November 30th to December 18th. To drop supplies off, students can leave them in the front office or in Coach Tighe’s room. 


To promote the drive, participants can finish bulletin boards, get flyers from all club drives, and send digital flyers. Students can also help put boxes together, wrap and decorate the boxes, and make distribution lists.

Poster Created by Stephanie Tighe, Created in 2020, Some Rights Reserved


When asked about the event, Coach Tighe stated, “I know that there are many teachers and students out there that don’t have the proper supplies necessary to receive a good education. Every little thing can help, especially during the holiday season.”


The Teaching as a Profession staff and students are working hard to give back to the community during the holidays. All donations are appreciated and helpful to those in need!