Help me give my students Softball bats so they can play in a unified softball league.
This project expired on December 18, 2019.
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Our students are a cross-section of our emerging and ever-changing American society. Our students tend to come from lower income based families. Many of our students are relatively new to America, so we are to see the American Dream come to fruition. The students we work with in science have a natural love for the subject and are always pushing to learn more, and it always amazes my their thirst for more and more knowledge. Many of these students will become the first members of their families to graduate from high school.
Our students do not wait for an opportunity to be handed to them, they work hard to create their own opportunities.
You are able to see this at its height in our soccer program because our student-athletes work so hard to develop communication and teamwork skills.
Our students are extremely excited this year to participate in a unified softball league in the spring. Even though many of our student athletes have never played before and have very limited experience with any athletics at all. We are excited to teach our wonderful student athletes about teamwork and fair play.
Participating in Softball is a great opportunity for social interaction with many different students from many different backgrounds.
These bats will not only be used in practice and games will also be used in our gym class with younger students to promote the softball program and allow every student to have an opportunity.
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