More than half of students from low‑income households
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Organized Spaces, Organized Minds
Help me give my students space to move, learn and grow. These storage options will help keep our supplies organized and easy to find.
Our students are in a geographically challenged area of Oahu.
Approximately 80% are on free and reduced lunch.
Many of them struggle academically, but have a willingness to learn. Given the chance, these students work hard to reach their goals.
Our remote location often means these students miss out on opportunities to experience the larger world around them. We try to take them on field trips and bring experiences into the classroom through technology, but these experiences are not enough.
A cluttered and chaotic learning environment is not conducive to learning. With the additional need for hygiene and cleanliness supplies, our classroom needs to be able to store all our supplies and belongings in a safe and organized manner.
Keeping healthy is imperative for attendance.
Classrooms will be expected to house more soap, hand sanitizer, facial tissues, paper towels and sanitizing wipes than ever to keep our students healthy. Classroom supplies need to be stored away in an accessible manner and still out of pathways allowing students to move freely around the classroom. Keep my classroom safe, healthy, and ready to learn.
homyfort Over The Door Shoe Organizer, Hanging Shoe Holder with 24 Extra Large Fabric Pockets 68.5''x25'' for Storage Men Sneakers, Women High Heeled Shoes, Slippers(Gray with Lantern Pattern)
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