We are a Title I school with 90% of our students receiving free or reduced-price meals. We have many English language learner (ELL) students at our school. Over half of my students are ELL students. Our students come from working families and families who speak other languages at home. Some parents are not able to communicate in English with us, but we do have Spanish-speaking translators on site.
Our staff is very caring and committed to providing a nurturing, fun, and engaging classroom for all our students.
We want students to know that we will be there for them and give them as much as we possibly can. One great thing about our school is that we have one-to-one devices with iPads or Chromebook computers. For many students, this is the first time they have been able to use and engage with today's technology.
This project is for art supplies like construction paper and ink. My class creates craft projects for all subjects like math, English language arts, history, science, STEM, and reading. My class really enjoys these projects and it is a great way to showcase their hard work. I will use the ink to print our projects that students create and also for photos of my students for projects they create as well.
Art and crafting time is a great way for students to collaborate and engage with one another with everyday conversation.
This is a time for them to get to know each other as these projects tend to be more relaxed and fun. I am also requesting a drying rack so that we can have an area to let our art projects dry from paint and gluing fun. All of the items will truly make a difference in my class!
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