My students are from a small, rural community and attend a small K-8 school. Our school is its own district of approximately 180 students. One of the most amazing facts about the school I teach at is it happens to be the same school I graduated from, and also my dad before me. The building/campus I teach in is the same one I attended way back when!
In a way, so much has changed and at the same time, the students are just the same.
They are lively, energetic, and love to learn! Our school might be small and our budget is too, but that does not mean I do not strive to give my students the very best of everything they need to make their learning experience the best I can. This way their love of learning can be met with the resources they need. With this DonorsChoose project, I will be one step closer to offering my students a comfortable and inviting place to learn.
My school's middle-schoolers need a place to learn and grow! We have been working hard to fix up and update our school facilities. Over the last year we have painted and patched holes, we have replaced chairs and tried to update the classrooms. The last thing that is left is to replace the remaining desks in the middle school classroom that are more than 30 years old. These same desks are the desks that were in the classroom when I was a middle schooler there. The students we have deserve a comfortable and welcoming environment to learn and do their best work on. We want the students not only to feel loved and appreciated when they walk in the door to learn but simply to have a desk without sharp edges or wobbles. Help us to do that and give our scholars a place to learn and grow!
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