Thonotosassa, FL, November 21, 2019 — As part of the 2019 Great American Teach-In, Hunter Krug (Territory Sales Manager for Mister Window) spent the day at Thonotosassa Elementary teaching students about hurricane science and safety. Hunter engaged students in Grades K-5 on knowledge and awareness of the major storms, along with preparedness for the hurricane season. Throughout the day, students participated in activities designed to illustrate how hurricanes work, where they travel, what risks they pose, and how to stay safe during a storm.
“Hunter had a fun and informative presentation that aligned with our unit of study,” said Jordan Webber, Kindergarten teacher at Thonotosassa Elementary. “The students were excited and engaged learning about hurricane safety.”
Hunter joined Mister Window in March of 2019 and brought along with him a passion for community service and teaching others. During the event, he presented to over 250 students in 12 different class groups.
“I remember how much of a positive impact the Great American Teach-In had on me when I was that age,” said Hunter. “I couldn’t turn down the opportunity to share my experience with these kids.”
The Great American Teach-In is an annual event coordinated by the Department of Public Relations to celebrate American Education Week. Members of the community are invited to schools to speak to students about careers, travel and hobbies, and how their early educational experiences relate to their current lives.
“At Mister Window, we sell and install products that enrich people’s lives… products that protect families and their homes every day,” Said Michael Cvetetic, President & CEO of Mister Window. “We encourage our employees to give back to the communities we call home.” Mister Window is a local installer of hurricane impact windows, headquartered in Palmetto, FL. Founded in 1977, the Company currently services families in Hillsborough, Pinellas, Manatee, Sarasota, and Charlotte counties.