I have a wonderful group of students. I have a very diverse classroom environment that makes all of my students feel safe and welcomed. I have a wide range of students who come from all different backgrounds and each has a story that is unique and plays a factor in their learning. I run my classroom as if we are a family, a team, as leaders for each other. We support each others learning and we celebrate all our success.
I teach at a Title I School in the heart of a downtown Phoenix.
My students don't have a lot and I try to give each of them all that I can. All of my students receive free breakfast and lunch. For the a lot of students, this is their only chance of the day to have a meal, and feel safe. Despite any hardship that my students face in their home lives, the students in my class are eager to learn and love school. Every child that enters my room is loved and knows that they are each and every day.
We are requesting storage bins, pencils, ink for our printer, paper and card stock. I am asking for supplies for my students. I am asking for printer ink to print assignments for my students. Also I am asking for copy paper in color and in normal white. I would like to print assignments for my students and also make colored paper assignments for students to complete work.
My Students need storage bins to hold their books, notebooks, pencil pins in.
I do not have individual desks so the bins will help students to keep their stuff organized and separate from their peers. I am also asking for pencils for students to use on a daily basis. Thank you so much for considering to donate to my project.
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