Mrs. Mc Cain from Richmond CA is requesting materials related to Food, Clothing & Hygiene through DonorsChoose, the most trusted classroom funding site for teachers.
My students need small bottled waters, fresh fruit and pastries please.
The Transition Tour is a place for High School youth to explore the Transition Support Program, ask questions and see what it's all about. The tours are led by current students who introduce themselves, talk about the experience, and give the other students a chance to ask questions by someone who attends the program. The tour guides also show the students a slide show about the program and what may be available to them upon entering the program. Let's go.
I am requesting light snacks for the students who will be participating in the tour. It is really important for Students to have a snack first thing in the morning while exploring options in Education. In our program, 100 percentage of our students receive free and reduced lunch. When students receive lunch and snacks they are more likely to have a clearer mind about making informed decisions based on their vocational interest. Our students receive the opportunity to practice independent living skills and social interaction with others by serving the snacks to the students who are participating in the tour.
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|Frito Lay Variety Pack, Variety Mix, 30 Bags/Case • Quill.com||$26.26||2||$52.52|
|Mrs. Fields 72 Nibblers and 36 Brownie Bites Sympathy Basket • Quill.com||$50.99||1||$50.99|
|Biscoff Cookies, .22 oz. Packs, 100 Packs/Box • Quill.com||$19.54||1||$19.54|
|Nestle Pure Life Juniors Purified 8 oz. Bottled Water, 24/CS • Quill.com||$6.37||2||$12.74|
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