Help me give my students the proper storage they need for their classroom. My students would benefit greatly from these seat sacks. We have tables in our classroom and sometimes storing our things can be quite a challenge.
My students are amazing and have so much to offer our world! I work in a Title 1 school in an impoverished area. My students are always excited and happy to begin their day in our classroom. They are anxious to learn new things and to apply what they have learned to everyday situations.
My students' background can often be heartbreaking.
Many times I have students come to school on empty stomachs, dirty clothes, and lacking in proper hygiene. I do my best to make up for what they are missing before they begin their day.
The reason my students are so special is because even though they face challenging obstacles daily they come to school with a happy heart and many are willing to learn something new that day. I have a sweet bunch this year whom I want to give my best to. Will you help me, please? Thank you
Just this year, our school switched to tables from desks. Students have many materials that require proper storage.Their materials can very easily get lost and students would benefit from a personal seat sack where to store their things. My students would very much enjoy these seat sacks and would feel much more efficient if they knew their materials were safely stored in their own sack. This would also help me, the teacher, a great deal as I am constantly having to replace lost materials. If students had where to put their materials that would be a very big help for all of us!
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