I am so lucky to live just a few blocks away from my school. The students in my classroom share my community. WBMS is on the edge of Providence, and is the most diverse neighborhood in the city! Students and their families come from all corners of the world.
My students love to work together and many are engaged in the positive school community fostered at WBMS.
My students are 7th and 8th graders, and many are struggling readers. Making strong connections with each student is important, as students at WBMS thrive in a socially and academically supportive environment.
Our students need a myriad of items to get them to the end of the year. As students get ready for summer break, they need supplies to help them continue focussed learning until the last day of school.
High interest reading materials as well and items that meet students' basic needs ensure that each child has a safe and engaging place to learn.
I am requesting snack foods, an air conditioning unit, and flip sequin fidget toys to support students in meeting learning goals. It is also essential to create an environment where books and reading are celebrated with high interest and culturally relevant novels (as well as visually appealing displays in our classroom library). I am requesting copies of 'He Said She Said' as students are clamoring to read this book in small groups. I am also requesting book display stands to make engaging texts more visually available to students.
Our students have been working hard all year and this project is intended to celebrate all that they have accomplished by helping them to finish this year strong!
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