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Meemic Insurance Company and The Meemic Foundation for the Future of Education, exclusively serving the educational community.
Meemic Insurance Company and The Meemic Foundation for the Future of Education, exclusively serving the educational community.

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Get a Summer Insurance Checkup

Now that school has wound down, it’s a good time to check your insurance policy. If you were recently married or are newly retired, paid off your vehicle or will be getting a new roof this summer, you will need to update your policy. Check with an agent – you might also be able to save money on your premium. Here’s a handy checklist to help you review your coverage.
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What Are You Up to This Summer?

For teachers who are lucky enough to have time off this summer (aside from preparing fall’s lesson plans, attending conferences and whatnot), there may be some questions on what to do with the free time. WeAreTeachers has some ideas.
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Teachers Change Lives: Celebrating Educators Across Time

Best known as the cunning and handsome Don Draper in AMC’s “Mad Men,” actor Jon Hamm began his career as a theater teacher at John Burrows Preparatory School. His mother instilled the importance of education early – having Jon try many different things to enrich him. To support himself while attending college, he worked at a local daycare. Upon graduating, he taught drama for a year before moving to Los Angeles to pursue his dream of acting.

"I think teaching is one of the great professions on the planet, and I had the good fortune to do it for a year," he told NBC. "And I would definitely go back to it, and I might still."
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Superhero Schools Get $1,000

When we united our superhero team The Educators, the people who nominated the winning heroes received $1,000 for their schools. Our agents had fun delivering those checks to these real-life superheroes. Congrats again to the winning schools! #EducatorsUnite
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But Seriously …

Every year, there are more than 24,000 clothes dryer fires. Make sure yours isn't one of them. Learn the warning signs to look for and the simple steps you can take to improve dryer safety.

Visit our Safety and Information Center for more information and a safety video. www.Meemic.com/DryerFires
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Stay Safe on Your Honeymoon

It’s wedding season, and that means taking off for a dream honeymoon. Before you go, though, you’ll want to take some measures to ensure a safe and healthy trip. Standard travel advice applies, such as don’t go posting publicly on Facebook that you’re away from home, but here are some more tips for before you leave and once you get there.
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MTOY Shares Tips for Motivating Students

For his final blog post in his official capacity as Michigan Teacher of the Year, Luke Wilcox shows how great teachers can take responsibility for motivating their students, no matter their learning style.
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Meemic honors educators around the world who are celebrating Teachers’ Day. This week, it is Teachers’ Day in El Salvador.
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Did You Know?

If you are renting a hall for a wedding or graduation party, some coverage may be extended to the hall you are renting from your homeowner’s policy, subject to the conditions and exclusions identified in the policy.

Please contact your agent for additional information
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Students Reach Out to Puerto Rico

If kids think they can’t do anything to make lives at least a little better for people who have suffered traumatic experiences, such as the hurricane in Puerto Rico, they can look to the students at Roscommon High School. Students in Jesse Waterman’s art class painted portraits of Puerto Rican students as part of the Memory Project. Check it out.
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