Help me give my students cases to protect their ukuleles. Students are encouraged to take their ukuleles home and practice.
I teach at a diverse Title I school in Salt Lake City, Utah. Our academic achievement is the result of family involvement and strong community support.
97 percent of the students qualify for free or reduced-price lunch, and more than sixty percent of students are English Language Learners.
Many students here live in poverty, and for some, coming to school is part of their first experience in America. Despite these challenges, students at our school are hard-working, respectful, and passionate learners.
Help! Our ukuleles are being carried around in cardboard boxes!
Students are encouraged to take their ukuleles home and practice.
However, they are transporting their ukuleles back and forth from home to school in the bulky card board boxes the ukuleles came in. These cases will help protect the ukuleles during their travels and allow the students to easily carry them.
I have also included four tuning capos to encourage students to tune their own ukuleles before class. This allows them to learn a new skill for musical independence.
Thank you for your support and donations to make music apart of these students lives.
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