More than a third of students from low‑income households
$0 still needed
Flexible Active Learning Stools
Help me give my students active learning stools that will allow them to move safely--without tilting chairs back or walking around the room, thereby not honoring social distance.
Our school has been a California Distinguished School several times. The dedicated teachers and staff make it a wonderful place to learn.
In my class of 28-second graders, there will be at least 4 students who are English language learners.
Although my school is not yet classified as Title I, each year there are more and more students who are from homes that are struggling financially.
The parents are hardworking people who commute long hours to provide for their children.
Students need to be safe! As my school reopens, I must reconfigure my classroom to accommodate more social distance. The flexible active learning stools will help in two ways. First of all, sitting on stools, students will not have chairs to tilt back. Every year, I have students who tilt their chairs and fall backwards. Secondly, with stools that allow movement, my active, energetic learners will not need to get out of their seats and walk around. They can get the movement they require while staying in their place, thereby promoting social distancing.
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