Students at my school come from a working-class neighborhood that is very well integrated. They are every color of the rainbow and come from multiple backgrounds. One thing they have in common is that many of their families are working multiple jobs and having trouble making ends meet.
Teachers, counselors, and other staff members frequently purchase basic need items for students who are not able to receive them from their families.
This school uses a program of catching students doing the right thing. There is an ongoing conversation about "being a bucket filler" by doing good things. They receive incentive "bucks" for good behavior and deeds.
I want my students to have the same fun, exciting and wonderful experiences I had when I was in school. School should be fun and safe for all students to learn.
Science and art in the classroom helps some students create there thoughts and ideas. They can express themselves through art. Hands on activities are always a good way to get students engaged in the classroom.
Combining art and science can bring student involvement to a whole new level of learning.
We would like coding robot, Cue to help draw and design science ideas. Sensory tubes can help students focus or calm down during the day. Life size life cycles and habitats will keep the students wanting more. Star projector can be designed and drawn by robots. Markers can be used by robots and students. Let’s bring art and science together.
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