Help me give my students two more Chromebooks to insure that we have enough technology to minimum the wait time, and continue their classroom research while in the ISS
This project expired on May 1, 2020.
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I have been truly blessed to serve our students who come to us from a variety of ethnic cultures. We serve a population of students with over 30% coming from low income socioeconomic backgrounds. Our middle school serves over 1200 students. My students include special needs, ESL, and 504 students with a variety of accommodations.
We are Timberwood strong, and in our community, we sticks together and helps our fellow neighbors and friends.
Our students continually give back to the community through service learning projects. They work hard to provide food, clothing, and toys to those in need, clean up our roads with trash pick up, and to perform music concerts for our local retirement home.
Please help me in teaching the basic classroom assignments that are sent to us from their regular teachers. The use of technology is widely used in our school and we are having to share computers. With you all assistance,
'The students will be able to use the Chromebooks to complete their assignments in a timely manner.'
The additional Chromebooks will be an asses in the ISS setting because of the time limit that is scheduled for each class-setting. Not to mention the elimination of frustration that the students feel while in the ISS setting.
Please, consider helping our students in the ISS setting by supporting their education through assisting with purchasing Chromebooks.
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