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By Tyler Young
Business Development Director/
Texas Tech Credit Union—
FLOYD COUNTY – Texas Tech Credit Union is excited to announce the winners of our 2020 Classroom Cash giveaway. Floydada Junior High teacher Veronica De La Fuente and Lockney Junior High teacher Haley Bradley each received $500 in classroom cash.
This is the second year of the Classroom Cash program sponsored by TTCU. Each year, teachers from school districts across the South Plains can enter to win $500 dollars in classroom cash.
De La Fuente is a first-year teacher at Floydada CISD. She teaches sixth grade math. De La Fuente was a student teacher at FCISD last year under the Grow Your Own Teacher program that Floydada has in their district.
Bradley has taught six years with four of those at Lockney ISD. She is a math teacher at Lockney Junior High.
Texas Tech Credit Union recently joined these communities through a merger with FCS Credit Union.
Texas Tech Credit Union is an education-based credit union focused on supporting teachers, administrators, and staff in each of the school districts they serve. Particularly in a year like 2020, investing in our teachers & students is increasingly important.
“We consider it an honor to recognize these incredible teachers for their ongoing commitment to student success. While this school year has presented unique challenges, educators have risen to the occasion. Our contribution to their classroom is one way we can show our support,” said Tyler Young, Business Development Director with Texas Tech Credit Union.
About Texas Tech Credit Union: Texas Tech Credit Union is an education-based credit union originally chartered in 1959. In 61 years of operation, they have expanded our outreach to five branch locations, over 100 employees, and more than 25,000 member owners. TTCU has been voted a Best Credit Union to Work For six years running.