I am a fifth-grade teacher in a small, rural area in Idaho. We are located by a reservation. We celebrate and welcome a wide range of Native American and Hispanic students. One hundred percent of our students qualify for free breakfast and lunch. We are fortunate to have military families, with a local National Guard Unit in our area and an Air Force Base close by. We strive to support and take care of our military families.
Every one of my students has a great desire to learn, explore, and expand their knowledge to their greatest potential.
My students are eager to learn and try new things. I strive to supply each one of my students with the materials needed for a successful educational experience.
I am requesting funding for cleaning and writing supplies so that my students and I can take care of our classroom and make sure that it is a healthy and clean environment for learning. There are so many types of colds and flu going around, these supplies will allow my students to constantly keep their desks clean and wiped down to prevent the spread of germs.
The materials requested in this project will improve my students' school experience, by making sure that our classroom is always clean.
Students may use a pump of hand sanitizer each time they enter the room. The dry erase markers are used frequently with our new math program and will be used to replace student supplies. The markers are very expensive and a financial burden for many of my students.
With cleaning supplies and basic classroom supplies, I'll be able to create a healthy environment where students have the materials they need to participate in class!
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