It's the 2022 Spring Semester and we are heading out to schools with our awesome program with Nothing Bundt Cakes to honor and reward our awesome Quad Cities teachers and educators. It's called QC Teacher of the Week and we are so excited to announce this week's teacher of the week!

It's now time to announce this week's B100 and Nothing Bundt Cakes QC Teacher of the Week!

Congrats go to Ms. Rylie Milliken, who is a 1st-grade teacher at Cody Elementary in LeClaire!

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QC Teacher of the Week Spring 2022
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Ms. Milliken was nominated by Shannon Harty. Shannon said,

Rylie Milliken at Cody Elementary is a great teacher! She takes time to make sure all of her students feel loved and safe. She helps them with academics but also navigating all the big feelings that come along with 1st grade! She’s a great teacher with a huge heart.

Great work Ms. Milliken! For being our QC Teacher of the Week, Ms. Milliken has been rewarded with a B100 Prize Pack which included a B100 stocking cap, stickers, Bubbl'r from Pepsi, a B100 Bluetooth speaker, and more things, plus an awesome cake from Nothing Bundt Cakes

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Thank you for your hard work and dedication, Ms. Milliken!

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QC Teacher of the Week Spring 2022
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Congrats to all of our Spring semester QC Teachers of the Week of 2022!

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