More than half of students from low‑income households
$0 still needed
Pass The Paper, Please!
My students need copy and printer paper for completing drawings, projects, and graphic organizers.
We really put the life in Life Science in this biology class. We have lively class discussions, lots of visual and hands-on learning materials, and student-created projects that are posted all around the room. It is a safe and fun environment where everyone is engaged and ready to learn.
A large majority of my students are low-income and military dependents, and they attend a big school: almost two thousand students from all different cultures and social backgrounds.
Most students are not originally from the area. There is a big push at our school to make sure that all students are college or career ready, with an off-campus career academy that is available for technical and field training.
We want to start the year off right with plenty of resources to ensure that our students are wanting for nothing. Paper is a hot commodity in our school these days, whether it is being used for making copies, creating graphic organizers and foldables, or for completing drawings and projects. I am requesting plain white copy paper as well as several reams of different colored paper: blue, yellow, green, red and pink.
Paper may seem like a little thing, but it is something that can make a big difference with these students.
I enjoy seeing what my students come up with when handed a blank piece of paper. They are always ready to empty their creative minds in the most inspiring of ways.
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