Our students are an amazing group of explorers and thinkers that are significantly motivated when given new resources that they know they have to focus on so they can learn new skills.
Being a Title I school with 96% of our students getting free lunch and a community with a high poverty rate, I hope to continuously give my students the inspiration to be lifetime learners, and succeed in their field of choice by offering them hands-on and creative learning opportunities.
For this reason, I am motivated to provide them with the technological lessons and skills they need to expand their learning of language and to succeed now, and in the future.
This project will help cover the cost of a new color printer. As the speech/language pathologist, I need a color printer with ink that can last in order to produce resources and materials for my students during therapy and to take home outside of therapy. As the District Speech and Language Pathologist, I continuously search for new resources, materials, and activities to learn and share with the teachers and students to help develop their language ability and expression. I also spend a great deal of time making materials and finding different resources to bring into therapy helping to enhance language and literacy skills for all students served. I work hard to share new and different ideas with my co-workers for integrating different resources and materials for therapy.
Your help donating to this project means that I will be able to produce more resources, materials, and activities for my students, parents, and teachers to use.
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