Hard Shell Chromebook Covers = Uninterrupted Learning!
My students need hard shell Chromebook covers. They carry Chromebooks home via bus and car. Accidents happen. A dropped Chromebook results in expensive replacement costs. Please help provide my students with Chromebook covers.
This project expired on July 23, 2018.
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My students are enthusiastic, creative, and ready for action when they enter our classroom. They enjoy solving math problems, writing stories, doing hands-on activities to make learning exciting and working on motivating websites that take their learning to higher levels.
Many of our students come from low-income, blended families.
They receive free breakfast and lunch. They often spend weekdays with one parent and weekends with another parent. Due to this mobile home life, it is difficult for them to take care of and protect their Chromebooks.
Having hard shell covers will extend the life of my students' Chromebooks and prolong student learning. Our Chromebooks go home with our students. This leads to accidents to and from school. If the Chromebooks have hard shell covers, they will need less repairs and/or replacements. Hence, their learning won't be interrupted while waiting for a replacement Chromebook, which could take months. These parents can't afford to purchase the hard shell covers, therefore your donation is desperately needed!
So much of our student learning is already taking place through technology, so please help my students to extend their learning through the acquisition of hard shell covers.
These children are so deserving and will appreciate your help!
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