Wayne Brady Takes Over an L.A. Classroom for 'A Day Made Better' Program (Video)

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Wayne Brady teamed up with Office Max to organize a classroom takeover as a part of Office Max's 'A Day Made Better' program, which donates $1,000 worth of supplies to 1,100 teachers on one day. In 2009, Selena Gomez dropped by a Los Angeles area school to drop off much-needed materials, and now Wayne is helping out in the very same way.

In this video, we see the comedian hitting an Office Max to grab construction paper, markers, binders and more. He then surprises an unsuspecting teacher with the goodies and a brand new chair. Wayne takes over the class and gets the students to draw pictures and write poems for their teacher. He also plays a little practical joke on her, too.
"Our teachers take care of the future of this great country, so why not take care of them?" Wayne said, adding that he's happy to help make our teachers "feel the love."

Did you know that teachers spend anywhere from $500 to $1000 of their own money on school supplies? Celebrate Teacher Appreciation week by checking out Wayne's school takeover in the video below, and get more info on Office Max's program at ADayMadeBetter.com. Wayne's new CD, 'Radio Wayne,' is available on Amazon now.

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