I am a very lucky teacher to have such an awesome group of second graders. I was blessed enough to loop up with my students. We have been able to grow and bond over the last year. My students are tomorrow's leaders in the making. They have a hunger for learning and questioning.
My students are leaders and role models to other students in the school.
They also take these skills outside into the real world. They know the importance of being a good friend and doing the right thing even when no one is watching. My students come from all different backgrounds, and home lives.
They all receive free breakfast and lunch. They are an amazing group of kids that deserve the best education and classroom materials no matter their situation outside of school. I want school to be their safe, accepting zone. A place all students want to come and learn.
My students would love the ability to have Scholastic News in the classroom. I find it very important for students to know about what is happening in their everyday life. So many of my students watch TV, but don't know the news. They know what the newspaper is but cannot and will not read it. With the ability to have the Scholastic News in our classroom my students will know about current events. They will be able to know more about what is happening in our life outside of the classroom walls. We will be able to read and discuss it on their levels. Students will be able to read history in a fun manner. As well as who doesn't love a magazine? Students will be able to use the math magazines on Friday. This will allow students a different means of practicing their math, in a fun manner.
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