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No. Students 800
Subject Library/Media center
Need Literacy, reading materials
Our school library serves 900 kids and their teachers. Most of our students come from low-income families (87.2% of the children in our school qualify for free or reduced lunch)and are unlikely to have extensive access to books at home. Some of the books in our library are pretty beaten up: the average age of the books is 16 years. We have just exp...
Grade(s) 1st Grade
No. Students 24
We laugh at funny things, question things that don't make sense, and discuss serious topics like friendships and bullying. We celebrate when a friend meets a milestone in reading or math, and we try to help a friend understand a difficult topic.
Unfortunately, with budget cuts, I am unable to meet the continuing needs of my English language l...
Grade(s) All elementary
No. Students 300
Subject Reading skills
I teach second and third graders at Monarch Grove Elementary School who are struggling with their reading. The kids meet with me in small groups outside of the classroom. We do guided reading activities that help them learn skills to improve their reading level. We could use basic supplies like books, notebooks, pencils to help with materials th...
No. Students 565
Hello, I am a school librarian. We are always in need of new titles. Our school has more students now. There is a new apartment complex built in the community. An additional 50 students registered this summer with more on the way. Because of the slump in the economy, libraries in our state received no money for five years. Last year I received $5...
No. Students 36
My class is part of the Extended Foreign Language Program,which is a Bi-lingual program where the children receive 1/2 day instruction in English and 1/2 day instruction in Spanish. I am the English Language Arts and Science teacher for 2 groups of students. In my classroom children are involved in numerous activities involving the use of many mo...
Grade(s) 5th Grade
No. Students 46
Subject Science (Social)
With donations from Adopt-A-Classroom, my fifth grade students would benefit immensely. This year, I will be teaching about our nation's history through literature and technology. My goal is to make learning meaningful and fun, while incorporating materials my students have shown interest in. Books and technology would be a welcome addition to our...
Grade(s) 6th Grade
No. Students 110
Subject Social Studies / History
I love getting my sixth grade students excited about learning! I respectfully request your assistance in bringing our nation`s history to life through captivating, inspiring books. With your donation, I will purchase books from a variety of great series, such as: A History of U.S., Who Was.., What Was...,If You Lived...,American G...
No. Students 30
Throughout the day I work with with advanced 2nd through 4th graders in a fulltime gifted setting. These students represent a cross-section of the community and are curious about the world around them. We are in need of laptops, social studies materials, literature collections, and publishing supplies so that we can create a magazine and anthology...
No. Students 43
Donations of any denomination are truly appreciated and will go toward purchasing games/materials that will be used in reading centers to differentiate instruction and target specific skills such as phonemic awareness, phonics, and reading fluency in a fun/enjoyable hands on manner. Your support will greatly impact the education of a child. Thank y...
No. Students 600
I am the media specialist and part of the STEAM (Science, Technology, Arts, and Mathematics) curriculum team at my school. My background over my teaching career has been in Biology, Chemistry, Comprehensive Science, Forensic Science, Mathematics, Engineering, Technology, English Literature, Arts and Crafts and Educational Media. Two years ago I t...
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Social Studies / History
I am presently teaching in a community where the social economics status is extremely low. 98% of the student are on reduced lunch, therefore donating general classroom material will provide student with supplies that can be used to enhance their skills,. This fund can also be utilized to purchase basic supplies that are in need for the students, for instance paper, pencils and more.
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