I have an amazing set of reading intervention students in grades kindergarten through fifth. I teach at a very diverse school in MN. My school is classified as a high-poverty school with many students on the free or reduced-price lunch program.
My students have a wide variety of abilities, interests, and challenges.
From learning support students to English language learners, I am here to teach them all and give them the best education possible that meets their unique needs! My school rocks!
My students need ink for our printer for reports and pictures. Having a reliable printer in the classroom helps all of the students in my room and on my team. The school printer is old and breaks down often and does not have color printing. In order to make it easier for us, having a color printer in the classroom means not having to work around the logistics of the school printers. The students use the printer and ink for printing rough drafts of essays, editing them, revising them and publishing their writings. Students could also use the printer to print out projects that need color pictures for their assignments. I use the printer to make homework books as well as supplemental reading materials.
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