Our population is very diverse. We have many nationalities, cultures, and abilities. Our children come to school eager to learn and with a thirst for knowledge in spite of their socioeconomic hardships. Our parents do all they can to provide our children with the supplies necessary to succeed. We have an in-depth special education program, a gifted and talented program, and a dual-language program. My computer lab is used by students in Pre-Kindergarten through 5th grade.
An elementary school classroom is like no other place in the world.
It is a home for little ones for six hours a day. Teachers not only provide an education in math, reading, and other school subjects, they provide stability, love, acceptance and support for amazing little people. Teachers educate the whole child. Personally, I strive to teach values, love and acceptance in my room as well.
My students love participating in our after school LEGO robotics club and our Saturday Arts program! We work hard and play hard! On any Saturday this year you may see students creating a new civilization, coding a LEGO robot, or building a Go Cart for the district race. While students love working together, four hours can be a long time without a snack! I would love to provide snacks for my students while we work. Rice Krispie treats, granola bars and cookies are easy and clean snacks for eating on the go. Clorox wipes help us keep the room germ free!
We always need water and snacks to help us power through after school, Saturday school, and those days when we are just in need of a quick fix!
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