My students are special in many ways. This year I am teaching an ESE Kindergarten class, which means that I am teaching some students with special needs in an inclusion classroom with a push-in support teacher. My students are ages five and six. I also work at a Title I school, which means that many of the families in our school community struggle with finances. 100% of students at my school receive free breakfast and lunch. In addition, our school has many students who are learning English for the first time and who were relocated due to the Hurricane in Puerto Rico. Donating to our classroom would mean that you are providing materials for students who need them to learn.
I am requesting iPad cases and charging ports for students to use in order charge and protect the iPads in our classroom. The iPads we have allow students to access lessons that are catered to their individual level of instruction. In addition, these iPads allow students to access a digital library filled with books so there is something for everyone! In a kindergarten classroom with little hands and inquiring minds, it is very important to make sure that our expensive technology is protected well.
Giving low-income students access to this assistive technology is an investment in their future!
By donating to our project, you are allowing students the ability to use this technology independently and making their access to this technology more readily available. My students include ESE, and ESOL students who are coming to our school after the hurricane in Puerto Rico. Please help these students have better access to technology.
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