Colleen Matos at Grant Wood Elementary School


To launch 2021-2022, we have resumed our formidable program with Nothing Bundt Cakes to honor and reward our amazing teachers and educators in Quad Cities. His name is QC Teacher of the Week and we’re excited to announce this week’s Teacher of the Week!

Now is the time to announce this week B100 and Nothing Bundt Cakes QC teacher of the week!

Congratulations to Colleen Matos, who is a grade 5 teacher at Grant Wood Elementary School in Bettendorf!

QC Fall 2021 Teacher of the Week

Ms. Matos was nominated by her family who are so proud of her! They said,

Ms. Colleen Matos, Grade 5 teacher at Grant Wood Elementary School in Bettendorf, completed her first year of teaching during COVID! She has tried so much, even though it has been difficult and difficult, she has continued to focus on raising children during this pandemic. We are proud of you Mrs. Matos!

QC Fall 2021 Teacher of the Week

Great job Ms. Matos! For being our QC teacher of the week, Ms. Matos was rewarded with a B100 price pack which included a B100 sock cap, stickers, a Pepsi, a B100 bluetooth speaker and more, as well as an awesome cake topper from Nothing Bundt Cakes!

Thank you for your hard work and dedication, Mrs. Matos!

QC Fall 2021 Teacher of the Week

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Check out our teachers for the spring semester 2021 week below!

QC Teachers of the week powered by Nothing Bundt Cakes Spring 2021

Spring 2021 brought a lot of smiles to teachers across the Quad Cities. Even though students, teachers, parents and staff had a tough year due to the pandemic, we still had the chance to go out and reward amazing teachers with cake and loot to be the teacher. of the week from QC.

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