My students need some ink for creative learning - posters, designs, and so on!
This project expired on June 17, 2018.
Hooray! This project is fully funded
My students are fun and respectful! Just like my colleagues, the staff at our school are so grateful for everything that is happening in this place every day. Over 75% of our students have known each other for over five years because they come from the same feeder elementary school.
Our students know each other really well because they grow up together and they know how to respect each other.
This is rare because we are an inner city school in the center of Boston, where the mobility rate is extremely high. As a Title I city school, we are proud to say that our attendance is above 90% on average. Occasionally, our 8th graders will reach a 100% attendance.
Academically, they are outstanding! They strive to work for good grades. In the last term, over 80% of our eighth graders were Honorable Mention or above. My students and my school are amazing! They motivate me to reach out for additional resources for them! Please consider helping us!
The ink cartridges will make a difference in my students' learning and improve their school lives as we can help them cultivate creativity! Poster designs and printouts in color are fun for my students! They will learn how to use Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and so on! Seeing their own creative work printed out in high-quality color will enable them to own their learning at a different level.
We are a low-income Title I school, so funding is limited and any help will make a difference in my students learning.
Will you please consider helping us out? We thank you in advance!
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