More than three‑quarters of students from low‑income households
$0 still needed
Algebra Notebooks 7/30
My students need their notebooks year round to take notes and draw examples. Thin markers will be used in notebooks to draw and label items of importance.
My students have routines in my class that help them have normality and stability while having a safe environment to learn math.
My students are low-income, underprivileged, urban city children who are bright and have been accepted into a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) school.
My school is filled with 98% minorities, mainly Hispanic and African American children
My students will use their notebooks year round to take notes and draw examples. Thin markers will be used in notebooks to draw and label items of importance and for foldables and projects. The printer will print worksheets for students to do activities. Dry erase markers will be used to draw and answer questions on dry erase boards as part of discussions. Students in my class will learn how to graph lines in their notebooks that have graph paper. Students will learn how to create an organized notebook with guiding worksheets that will be pasted into their notebooks. Color coding with markers will help them pick out important details from each lesson.
With these donations, my students will not have to burden their families with notebooks and markers that may be pricey and have to buy school supplies that may not be affordable.
My students will be focused on their classwork rather than "How will my family afford these items?"
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