My students are citizens of a beautiful city that prices itself on its sense of compassion and community. My school is nestled right on the edge of Houston and serves many families in the surrounding neighborhoods.
Our school district services students that speak above 900 different dialects across the entire student body (yes, 900!), yet we are unified in our goal as a community to rebuild and grow further than we have ever done so before before Hurricane Harvey.
We value family, community, and perseverance. We look forward to taking strides and making lasting changes in the world with your help!
My students are yearning for opportunities to grow every day. Academically rich learning can only take them so far before they want more- independence. While Kindergartners are quite young, they are capable and ready to take on more responsibilities and grow into young leaders.
One of the best ways to drive growth in young leaders is to instill independence and accountability at an early age, and that's what these Seat Sacks and Book Bags are for!
The Seat Sacks will help students stay organized and prepared by having all necessary materials on hand at all times. It makes for efficiency for me as the teacher, and the pure joy of ownership for the students to have everything they need at their fingertips. The Book Bags will be used to help students transition from guided instruction to workstations with their own books in an organized fashion that will make for a quick transition, thus leading to more effective teaching time. With your support, we can have independent learners who will grow beyond even their wildest imagination! Thank you!
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