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  • Robey Elementary School
  • Indianapolis, IN
  • Nearly all students from low‑income households Data about students' economic need comes from the National Center for Education Statistics, via our partners at MDR Education. Learn more

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Several of our students demonstrate sensory issues that often interfere with their ability to learn in the classroom setting by causing students to be either over-reactive or under-reactive to stimulus. We try to anticipate what may cause issues for our students and prevent this by doing things like having multiple movement breaks or provide alternative seating options for them to use in the classroom. We have a number of small fidgets and supplies, but it's time to update our equipment and supplies. Year after year, these supplies and pieces of equipment get a TON of use from our students, so they are for sure starting to show some wear and tear and becoming unsafe or ineffective. The trampoline is being held together by duct tape and several of the move-in sit cushions have holes and will no longer hold air. We are in need of new trampolines, move-in sit cushions, and small tactile hand fidgets. These items will allow the students to release their extra energy so they can focus to participate in their classroom activities better. The chair fidgets and tactile disks are other ways to provide students with additional sensory input, and these can be used while doing other things! The Squigz are very engaging suction-like toys and pencil grips are things that promote fine-motor skills while also providing sensory input. All of these materials will be used throughout the day to help students learn what type of sensory input they need, receive that input independently, and be better equipped to regulate themselves both physically and emotionally!

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Several of our students demonstrate sensory issues that often interfere with their ability to learn in the classroom setting by causing students to be either over-reactive or under-reactive to stimulus. We try to anticipate what may cause issues for our students and prevent this by doing things like having multiple movement breaks or provide alternative seating options for them to use in the classroom. We have a number of small fidgets and supplies, but it's time to update our equipment and supplies. Year after year, these supplies and pieces of equipment get a TON of use from our students, so they are for sure starting to show some wear and tear and becoming unsafe or ineffective. The trampoline is being held together by duct tape and several of the move-in sit cushions have holes and will no longer hold air. We are in need of new trampolines, move-in sit cushions, and small tactile hand fidgets. These items will allow the students to release their extra energy so they can focus to participate in their classroom activities better. The chair fidgets and tactile disks are other ways to provide students with additional sensory input, and these can be used while doing other things! The Squigz are very engaging suction-like toys and pencil grips are things that promote fine-motor skills while also providing sensory input. All of these materials will be used throughout the day to help students learn what type of sensory input they need, receive that input independently, and be better equipped to regulate themselves both physically and emotionally!

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