My students need an HP laser printer to create a printed portfolio of their best work.
This project expired on May 21, 2018.
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My students are a group of hard-working and inquisitive learners. They work hard and they play hard. I have worked with them for several years as their sponsor of our school Technology Club. I am following them from grade to grade and have come to know that they love to immerse themselves in creative, innovative and challenging hands-on experiences.
My school is dedicated to teaching to the whole child so I want to fill every day with an active discovery that challenges the mind and body.
It also promotes the idea that we can always challenge ourselves to reach greater levels of achievement. This respects the individual learning levels of my students and promotes language, collaboration, innovation, creativity, and endurance. This approach is important in a community that lacks extracurricular opportunities and struggles with language because of economic and academic disadvantage.
My students need an HP Laser Printer so they can create printed portfolios of their best work. Through wonderful and generous donors we have received ink and paper but need to replace our current aging HP printer.
Printers are still a vital piece of technology in the elementary classroom.
My students are eager and creative learners that crave opportunities to show what they know. Printing their work allows their friends, family, and peers to admire the fruits of their labor and motivates all students to add extra effort to their literacy studies. Please help this endeavor with your generous donation.
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