I have the honor of working with some of the most amazing students. I have students that are always willing to pull through and pull together to work and help out others. Students that I work with come from very low economic and even poverty homes, yet they come every day with a positive attitude and the hunger to learn. My students are truly amazing students. They always tell me how I inspire them to do better for themselves, but I always tell them that they always inspire me to do more because I see their efforts and how hard they work for me.
My students are a wonderful example of what it means to work hard for what you really want in this world.
They push themselves to help not only themselves here at school but also help their parents at home. Many of my students have a part time job even as young as 15 and 16 years of age and some maintain jobs while in school full time. They are not afraid of working in the fields over the winter and spring break or even the hot summer days so that they can help their parents.
We hope that you are able to help us fund this project so that my 4th year Spanish students can pass the College Board AP Spanish Test. With these new Barron's AP Flashcards and the novels by Jorge Ramos my students will be able to improve in their Spanish Fluency and build on their grammar that in turn will help them write better in Spanish and pass the AP Spanish Test coming this May.
By reading more novels in Spanish my students will be able to improve in their fluency and then they will be on the road to achieve a 3,4 or even a 5 on their College Board AP Spanish Test that they will take in May.
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