Help me give my students flexible seating that falls under the correct fire safety codes. We had a lot of flexible seating that is not longer allowed. These flexible seating options have the correct fire safety code.
My students are wonderful! I teach special education and have a range of levels from non-readers to readers just below grade level. I have had the pleasure of truly connecting with these students as this is my third year as their teacher! I have watched them grow, reach goals, and mature, but I would love to be able to give them even more! I teach in an elementary school that serves K-5.
I work closely with my students and have been able to loop with them for three years!
My students have unique learning styles. Our classroom isn't set up with desks and chairs. We like to learn comfortably and I would like to offer them more flexible seating options! Unfortunately there was a small fire at my school and a lot of the flexible seating that I had previously is no longer allowed.
We love to move and be comfortable while we learn! Flexible seating has been an asset to my classroom this school year. When our lesson we like to break out and work wherever is most comfortable for each individual student.
The school now requires certain fire safety codes to be met after a small fire.
I had to get rid of many flexible seating options that I had previously bought on my own. I want to provide my students with a safe and comfortable learning environment. My students deserve the best and I have tried to offer that to them. They were so happy when I had the previous flexible seating and they were heart broken when it had to be removed.
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