I am the teacher of bright, creative, and resilient individuals. My students have a great love for learning that makes teaching so enjoyable.
My school has over 25 countries represented in it.
My school is also a Title I school, and 47% of our population is English Language Learners. My students live in neighborhoods where poverty and crime are the norm. My students face numerous struggles each day. They come from families that are not always able to provide supplies or academic assistance. Given all of the challenges my students face each day, my hardworking fourth graders come to school every day with a smile on their faces and love of learning in their hearts.
It is very simple: my students love school. School is their safe place. It is more than just the place where they come to learn. It is the place where they are loved! In many ways, my students are typical fourth graders. They are full of wonder, joy, and laughter. They love being creative, books, music, and technology. Life is not always easy for these kids, but they have learned that hard work and perseverance pay off. It is an honor to be their teacher.
Help me give my students the flexibility to be creative and learn in a way that will allow them to be successful. Student choice is so important in order for students to feel welcomed and apart of the classroom environment.
Help me best support my students by proving them with seating choices they will love!
Flexible seating with the lap desks, and the table with padded stools will be a great step in my process for creating a space my students will enjoy learning in.
Thank you for supporting the most amazing 4th graders!!
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