I am part of an amazing innovative elementary school that is filled full of students that love learning.
We strongly believe in allowing kids to explore and be highly engaged during their learning experience.
Having a mixed population at our campus, we have students from upper-income, lower-income, foster families, military families, English and Spanish speaking families, too. We lack funding to provide necessary equipment in order to be more innovative in our classrooms. I am the Math Specialist for the campus and service grades 1-5. Our classrooms are made up of high need students and have many with special needs or learning disabilities of some kind. I look forward to helping them excel while being highly engaged in their learning. We would love to provide students of all abilities the opportunity to participate in engaging activities that incorporate technology while learning and create a positive environment for all.
Being the Math specialist is very exciting because I get to work with all the students at my campus. My students are always excited to learn something new. They always try their best in their academics and show amazing behavior in the classroom.
From time to time, I like to reward my students for working hard, never giving up, and reaching their goals.
The prizes I am requesting for our campus will encourage students to continue to learn, share, and encourage one another to achieve excellence in their academics. The math bands would be used as incentives for amazing work and meeting their fact fluency goals. Students will wear them proudly to show goals they met and to encourage others to follow their lead.
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