Help me give my students Expo markers to demonstrate their learning on the classroom whiteboard and their whiteboard-topped desks.
This project expired on April 5, 2019.
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Many of my students are first-generation, college-bound, high school freshman. They are willing to put in the tedious work over four years to graduate with a high school diploma and an Associates Degree. Part of being able to do this is being on a college reading level by the time they are sophmores, and many of them have gaps to fill. Despite them being behind, they are willing and able to put in the work; they have that look of determination and the hunger to get it done!
They are ready to rise to the challenge!
One of our students' favorite things at our new campus are their desks that are topped with whiteboard material. So in addition to the large dry erase boards on the walls, every student has their own individual dry erase board on their desk. These desks are great because they are easy to clean and provide an unlimited writing surface for conveniently practicing their work!
We use our new dry erase desks all class period, so we need some more dry erase markers and erasers to get the most out of our desks!
As you can imagine, we go through dry erase supplies like crazy, so I'd like to purchase more dry erase markers so that we have plenty to use for both their desks and our classroom boards.
Last year was tough with Hurricane Harvey and a lot of change, so we're doing everything we can to make our school have the best learning environment possible!
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