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  • Ayden Elementary School
  • Ayden, NC
  • More than half of students from low‑income households

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A Visual Arts class should have a way to actually view artwork; don't you think? The SmartBoard projector in my art class is failing, producing hundreds of black and white dots on the screen leaving it nearly impossible for my students to view different masterpieces or follow examples of projects we are working on. The school will not be replacing the projector, which was already rebuilt using three older projectors, leaving my students with no way to see all the wonderful types of artwork that exist. A large television with internet capability is what my students are wishing for.

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A Visual Arts class should have a way to actually view artwork; don't you think? The SmartBoard projector in my art class is failing, producing hundreds of black and white dots on the screen leaving it nearly impossible for my students to view different masterpieces or follow examples of projects we are working on. The school will not be replacing the projector, which was already rebuilt using three older projectors, leaving my students with no way to see all the wonderful types of artwork that exist. A large television with internet capability is what my students are wishing for.

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