This group of second graders come from all types of families and those families all work hard to have their children be successful. Those families and I work together as a team, and I appreciate that. This age is where many of the special needs of students are identified. As they learn, I look for what they might need to be more successful and find ways for them to receive those services. We are reaching beyond our challenges to be the best that we can be. I am excited about these students and what they can accomplish. We each have strong personalities and we all work together towards our goals.
76% of these students come from free or reduced lunch homes and there are many different cultures and lifestyles represented in their little faces.
We work on character traits to help them make great choices in the years to come. I am looking forward to watching them grow and develop.
I want my students to have a fresh environment for learning that is individualized to their own special needs and learning style. The name plates, bulletin board set, desk toppers, and other materials will help the students find their desks as well as give them important learning information.
Having an inviting classroom encourages students to come in and learn everything that I have to offer them.
I would like to teach students about responsibility and other character traits and remind them of that information in posters. We will have job charts to share the upkeep of the classroom and a new calendar display to learn the days of the week. These materials will help our classroom seem fresh and nice for the students.
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