Teacher Week at the Beach *Pre-Registration is Now Open*
July 31 @ 9:00 am - August 2 @ 3:00 pm
Teacher Week at the Beach Returns to Point Pleasant Beach!
Yes, you heard that right: it’s happening again! Teacher Week at the Beach is on the calendar for Wednesday – Friday, July 31 – August 2, at Jenkinson’s Beach and Boardwalk in Point Pleasant Beach, and pre-registration is now open! The three day educator appreciation event, inaugurated in 2016 by Plymouth Rock’s Teachers’ Insurance Plan, has hosted thousands of educators and their guests for a day of fun in the sun, free of charge.
Registered educators get a beach pass and a choice of aquarium or mini golf admission for themselves and a guest for any one of the event days. Plymouth Rock’s Teachers’ Insurance Plan, the event host, is a long-time supporter of the NJ educational community and a perennial sponsor of teacher events, PD programs, scholarships and grants. In addition, the auto and home insurer has sponsored the Teachers’ Lounge blog and website, an online resource for the state’s educators, featuring blogs by educators, stories profiling teachers around the state, and regular posts about educator discounts, events, grants and PDs. The company recently extended its commitment to educators into the Keystone State, opening up business in Pennsylvania late in 2017. Plymouth Rock offers exclusive rates and benefits for educators with its affinity discount program in PA and its Teachers’ Insurance Plan auto insurance program in NJ.
NJ and PA educators planning to attend can pre-register here to hold a spot for themselves and a guest, and can pick up the passes at the event table on the boardwalk any of the three days. Passes can be picked up from 9:30AM – 2:30PM, Wednesday through Friday, but no passes will be held for pre-registrants past 11AM on Friday. A limited number of passes will be available for walk up registrants each day, and any passes remaining after 11AM on Friday will be distributed on a first come, first served basis, regardless of prior registration. All participants are reminded to bring some proof of educator status (physical or digital), such as a union ID, or any other proof of employment by a licensed educational institution.