More than half of students from low‑income households
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Organization is the Key to Academic Success. Please Help Us!
My students need a place to store their clipboards, whiteboards and educational supplies so they can become organized and the classroom remains functional.
Do you remember what it what like to be in a classroom. Was it appealing or boring? Was it organized or messy? We pride ourselves on keeping our classroom safe and organized. A place for everything and everything in it's place. Please help us find a home for all our supplies.
My students come from a variety of homes.
Some students live in single family homes, while others live in low income projects. My students come from single parent homes, multiple families living in the home and traditional two parent homes. They are multicultural. I have ELL students and Resource students in my class. They are eager to learn and love to receive new items on the first day of school. They are thrilled when they walk into the classroom and see the variety of materials they have to use and keep. Things such as markers, pencils, bookmarks, and most of all prizes from my prize box. To sum it up my students are caring, creative and love to learn.
Organizational bins will not only allow students to more organized they will allow them to be respectful of classroom supplies. Students will be able to move around the clutter free room with ease and safety. Books, folders, whiteboards, clipboards and other supplies will be stored for safe keeping. Students will learn to be organized, efficient and successful learners during the school year.
Let me begin by saying thank you for considering a donation.
Any donation will truly be appreciated more than you know by the students. Your donation will make the classroom a colorful, creative space for students to become successful learners. They will be able to engage in activities around the room without clutter. A place for everything and everything in its place. Thank you again.
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