I am a second grade teacher at a charter school located in Minnesota. We have been identified as a low income city, and 90% of the students at my school are on free and reduced lunch. The majority of my students are not able to provide themselves with essentials that are needed for school.
As a teacher, I want to be able to provide everything for my students.
I want my second grade ladies to feel and be successful in school and be fully equipped with the resources I have to provide for them. I also want my students to feel important, loved, and cared for. Despite the hardships my girls may go through outside of school, my school strives for our students to become confident in themselves and grow in their day to day learning. I strongly believe my school is genuinely dedicated to our students by providing them with the best and effective education possible, so they are able to progress in their education and well being.
Having a vacuum for the classroom and wipes can help each of my ladies fight the dust on a daily basis and maintain a cleanliness in our classroom.
These cleaning tools will provide responsibilities and job duties to my girls in the classroom to keep our classroom looking and feeling fresh and spick, spack clean.
Each day, two students will be assigned as the classroom janitor and vacuum areas that need to be cleaned and dust free. The wipes will be available for students whenever their desks are sticky or filled with color from their coloring tools. These materials will make a positive difference each day my ladies walk in to the classroom at the start of their day since they will have a fresh-smelling desk and dust-free classroom.
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