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The SMALL Things That Make The Big Things Possible
My students need supporting resources, such as a new school grade pencil sharpener, windows 8 tablet keyboard, paper, and other items to continue to use their supplies that have been donated.
Do you remember what it was like to have what you need but not have what you need? To beak your pencil and had to ÃÂÃÂsharpen it with a cheap hand sharpener. Or want to mark a work or paragraph in your textbook but did not have a post it note to mark it.
My students are inspirational to sum it up.
The students I teach are the type of students I hope all teachers get at least once in their career. Our school is located in New Orleans, Louisiana. It was devastated by Hurricane Katrina. Last January marked the one year anniversary of going to school at the original location, nearly 4 years after the storm.
I would like to get a school grade pencil sharpener that will not burn out after a week (one my third this year). The post-it notes are so students can mark pages and take notes in their textbooks and expository text. I am requesting card stock so that my students can make review questions throughout the quarter on the paper so I can laminate it and at the end of the quarter we have a student made study set of note cards. I would like to get a keyboard kit for the windows 8 tablet that was just donated so that it can be used to the fullest potential. The trash can is for the added recyclable material since completing the illustrations for inspiration project.
This donation would make a major difference in my students' lives.
My students do not have the everyday joys of technology endless resources. For many of them, the most resources and supplies they get to put in their hands is from a teacher at school. With your donation, you will be forever impacting my students. Help me make science even more fun for my students.
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