I am a math inclusion teacher in a rural high school. The school has over 1,000 students that range from 9th to 12th graders in courses from Algebra I up to Advanced Mathematical Decision Making. The math inclusion class setting allows students who need extra support in math to receive the services without having to be pulled out of the classroom.
Current district data indicates that students entering into the 9th grade struggle with mathematical problem-solving.
As a new teacher, my goal is to increase student achievement in the math department.
Students come to school in the same clothes for days at a time or spend the weekend wondering where from which their next meal is coming. Our school Alumni Association has started a clothing closet and food pantry in-house. They have already received an outpouring of clothes and food but are in need of storage items to keep the areas neat and organized. We are asking for clothes racks and labels to complete the clothing closet.
There is a need in our school and community.
Children should not have to wonder how they will eat or if they will have clean clothes. This closet and pantry will ensure that they have one less thing to worry about.
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