Hey, Abbott! No, not that one. The new ABC show Abbott Elementary is partnering with Scholastic in a campaign to provide schools with free book fairs.
The book fairs are taking place from March 14-March 18. ABC and Scholastic will provide underfunded schools with a free book fair. Each student will receive two free books and teachers will receive 10. The tour will be conducted by bus and will also give teaches swag from the television show.
In addition, a Teacher’s Lounge that was previously activated will continue starting March 10. The tour will be conducted by bus and will give teachers books from Scholastic, classroom supplies, and swag from the television show.
In addition, a Teacher’s Lounge that was previously activated will continue starting March 10.
Abbott Elementary is a comedy starring Quinta Brunson, also the series creator. She plays Janine Teagues, a second grade teacher doing her best to support the students of her underfunded Philadelphia school. Colleagues include Sheryl Lee Ralph and Lisa Ann Walter, Chris Perfetti, Janelle James, and Tyler James Williams.
Executive producers include Brunson, Randall Einhorn, Justin Halpern and Patrick Schumacker. The series debuted in December 2021 and will return to ABC with new episodes on March 22.
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