More than three‑quarters of students from low‑income households
$0 still needed
My students need dry erase markers, supply boxes, a self adhesive dry erase roll, and other materials to keep the learning collaborative and interesting.
What did you like to see when you began your school year? Drab blue walls, non-magnetic chalkboards, and communicators without ways to communicate?
I have rising sixth grade students who have evolved from the everyday structure of fifth grade to the new expectations of sixth grade.
My students are eager and willing to meet me in their new class and gain a sense of ownership of the learning that takes place daily. Most of my students live below the poverty line, get most of their meals from school, and just look for a chance to see that they matter in this world.
I'm requesting mostly materials needed for an interactive learning environment. My students need dry erase markers, supply boxes, a self adhesive dry erase roll, and other materials to keep the learning collaborative and interesting. Students will engage daily in answering the question, "Why?" Math is more than just computation; math is a chance to go deeper, engage in lively discourse, and develop confidence in their own abilities.
This project is important because I focus on educating the whole child through a varied approach to learning.
I encourage students to take risks, think outside the box, and dream past the stars.
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