My students need 23 subscriptions to Scholastic News.
"The best part of the first day of school was when my teacher said we can and will all learn. I'm a shining star!" -second grader
Our urban school is home to 530 students.
100% of these learners receive free breakfast and lunch due to their economic status. Our school is 98% Hispanic and has a high percentage of special education students. Our students are hard workers who love to read.
We need a subscription to Scholastic News which will provide a link to social studies and science, an area in which our nation is struggling with. This will also increase awareness, citizenship, and interest in reading. These magazines link directly to the Common Core, a national movement to help out students be successful in the WORLD.
I believe in these students and I'd like this special tool to help them enjoy their learning more so than they already do now.
Wait until you see the smiles in the thank you cards!
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