My students all live in Herriman, Utah. It is a beautiful community nestled at the foot of the Oquirrh Mountains. They come from great families who are supportive and caring.
The thing I love most about my students is how happy and eager they are to be back at school!
They come to school expecting to learn, and are enjoying every new thing they are learning. We know that we can learn anything, if we work hard enough, together. We are following all the rules of social distancing, and still want to have fun opportunities for hands-on learning.
My students love learning. We have great things going on in our classroom. These items will help us keep learning and growing.
My students love using their Chromebooks, if they can hear! We need reliable headphones so we can have differentiated learning in our classroom. These headphones will make it so everyone has the opportunity to learn.
We need headphones so we can use computer programs to master reading and math skills.
We have some great programs that help us with reading fluency and comprehension on each student's reading level. We have math programs that make it fun for us to learn math fact fluency and help us discover ways to solve higher level math problems.
We also need to replenish our supply of Expo markers, so we can continue to work and learn together.
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