Only The Best For Trophy Cases
When we think of schools, we remember the smell of disinfectant and strawberry air freshener. The display cases are often status symbols for alumni and parents, who often want to remember their accomplishments from when they were children. We see this in pop culture, even as the decades roll past and dry-erase boards replace chalkboards on television.
When your students win awards and prizes, you want a permanent place for their trophies and plaques. Especially when they win an important tournament, that means they have represented their alma mater with honor. What’s more, you want to remember their good deeds and teamwork, especially if they compete nationally.
What do awards do? They affirm students’ skills and their dedication to hard work. Given how growing up is an arduous process, and how the world is more complicated than it first appears, we want to affirm that our kids are doing all right. You also teach them to persevere and give them a place for their accomplishments. The older you get, the harder it can be to keep a trophy that you won in a baking competition.
When a student wins a trophy, they get a solid and tactile affirmation of their success. Earning one is not easy when one kid competes against dozens. They bring pride to their school, to their teachers, and to you, the administrators. You want to memorialize that pride. And for that reason, we recommend having a trophy case.
What if you want to preserve historical pieces from your school’s legacy? Some primary and second institutions date back to the 1930s. While we can keep the books from those time periods in school, photographs and spears from fishing may be entirely different. You’d rather keep those old items behind thick glass, to impress new students and parents who want their children to have a meaningful education.
You may also want to keep art that’s on loan, or projects from alumni that have gone on to build memorable careers. If you have portraits and sculptures safe from curious fingers and fingerprints, then you’ll want to display these items with reason.
What if you just want to show off the latest ceramics from certain art classes? You don’t want to put them in a place where they can fall or get knocked down by accident. Display cases can also work for that! When projects are finished, lock them in securely for classmates to see.
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