Help me give my students a stage to help promote courage, growth, and pride.
This project expired on March 15, 2019.
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My students love to come to school! We are a STEM based charter school with 74% receiving free or reduced-price lunches. The families we serve really want what is best for their kids and trust me as their child's teacher to help make those decisions. The students in my classroom are very loving and caring individuals. I want to foster this love and care into our school family. I also want to empower my students so they can be successful in the decisions they make on a daily basis.
My schedule is full of 84 energetic fifth graders.
My students are passionate, eccentric, beautiful, intelligent, and all-around amazing. When you look into their eyes, you know that they are eager to consume knowledge. These students appreciate each and every day that they spend in the classroom because they know that they are going to use their minds in the most creative and innovative ways possible.
One of the most important parts of the educational process is being proud of yourself and showing what you know. Our fifth graders need a stage so that they can stand up in front of their peers and show what they have learned.
We plan to use this stage to promote student courage, passion, confidence, and pride.
All students should feel success during the school day. We want to celebrate those successes by giving students the chance to share the "highs" of their day. Can you imagine being able to show your peers, on a stage, how well you are doing? Well, for our students, it will be a reality!
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