Aside from preschool, which is not mandatory for children to attend, elementary school is often the first time a child encounters a full-time teacher.  A good first experience with school has been proven to make significant differences in a child’s later success with graduating and positively contributing to the community.  Our Washington, DC dumpster rental team recently made a delivery to Maury Elementary School.

Elementary school teachers teach some of the most fundamental, yet most important, skills that children learn.  This includes basic fundamentals of school subjects like arithmetic and spelling as well as things that go beyond academics like basic social skills and good habits.  The importance of positively engaging our children and having them positively identify with these ideas cannot be underestimated.  Teachers have one of the most important jobs out there.

After our delivery, we just wanted to give a shout-out to all of the school teachers out there.  Keep up the good work.

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