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Grade(s) 5th Grade
No. Students 33
Subject Physical education
Need Health, nutrition and physical education
I am a 5th grade teacher in Napa, California at a Title 1, low income, school. I need to reinvigorate the classroom by creating flexible seating arrangements that will meet all my students needs. Money raised will be spent on wiggle chairs, balance balls, camping chairs, pillows and anything else they will help them be comfortable doing their work ...
Grade(s) All elementary
No. Students 575
My name is Geoffrey Nenni and I am a physical education teacher at Grafton Village Elementary School in Stafford County Virginia. Health and physical education programs can play a significant role in the development of children throughout their lives. Physical Education and exercise equipment can be expensive to purchase for an entire school of st...
Grade(s) 2nd Grade
No. Students 28
Our classroom is full of individuals who are eager to learn necessary skills to grow up to become mentally and physically healthy individuals of our society. Individuals who will be very productive members of our fabulous society, individuals that will take care of our future, and individuals who will be training the next generation in a right w...
Grade(s) 3rd Grade
No. Students 30
Laurel continues to be a great place to teach! The kids continue to be incredible--kind, smart, thoughtful, and very funny! Making the classroom an inviting, enriching, and inspiring place to be is always on my mind. Along with daily activities, I encourage a welcoming environment with art activities, field trips, and special projects. Third gra...
No. Students 700
Additional funding would be great to purchase additional items that the kids could use to enhance their physical activity. By having extra money, I would be able to purchase items that I typically would not be able to buy for the kids. This would not only help to supplement lessons, but also to help with orgnization....
No. Students 900
I would like to expand the curriculum of my Physical Education Program to reach the diverse population by offering a wider variety of activities. I am confident I can achieve this with your support. My goal is that my students will grow up to love physical activity and understand the importance of it for your overall health. I would also like to...
No. Students 800
I was recently asked to teach PE and Social Skills to our 1st-5th Grade students. I will be teaching soccer, football, volleyball, basketball, and tetherball fundamentals to our 800 students. The reason for the move was so that our students were able to get closer to 100 minutes a week. I will be working on incorporating Fuel Up to Play 60 this yea...
Grade(s) All middle
No. Students 200
As a Health and Physical Education teacher, there are a number of supplies that would help to enhance classroom learning. We go through a large amount of supplies in PE throughout the school year. Many of these things are lucky to last a whole year and many need to be refurbished or repaired yearly. The health aspect of class has both hands-on...
Omaha school is a low income school in rural Arkansas. We have 200 students in the elementary which includes K-6. We have free and reduced.Our students have performed very well on state testing. Omaha students work hard and deserve a playground that is updated with new additions to what we already have. Our PTO and administration have worked hard...
No. Students 474
TEACHING IN A DISTRICT WHERE THERE IS NOT A WHOLE LOT OF MONEY I DONT GET THE OPPORTUNITY TO GET DIFFERENT THINGS FOR MY CHILDREN. I WANT THEM TO EXPERIENCE THINGS THAT THEY DONT GET TO DO ON THEIR SIDE OF TOWN. THINGS LIKE GYMNASTIC EQUIPMENT,ARCHERY, BADMINTON,BOCCE,HOCKEY,TENNIS, GOLF,HANDBALL,AND LACROSSE. THE STUDENTS AT OUR SCHOOL ARE MAINLY ...
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I am currently an Intensive Reading and Special Education teacher at Kinloch Park Middle School. I have been teaching at this school for 12 years. The Intensive Reading class consists of students who scored low levels on assessments and demonstrate limited reading skills such as in the areas of comprehension, vocabulary, fluency, and phonics. Included in these classes are also students in the Special Education program. These students range from disabilities in cognitive learning disabilities to emotional difficulties. Our school is considered a “Title 1” school, meaning 93% of the school population qualify for free or reduced lunch. Additionally, we have a large population of students in the ESOL program. In other words, the majority of our students have limited skills in the English language. I began incorporating Interactive Notebooks this past school year. It is a great tool for learning whereas students are able to personalize and make meaning of the information presented in class. It also functions as a powerful study tool, a working portfolio, appeals to the multiple intelligences, encourages pride and ownership of student work, reinforces organizational skills, keeps students engaged, and helps with college and career readiness. Using Interactive Notebooks involves plenty of materials such as colored pencils and markers, scissors, scotch tape, glue, pencils, colored paper and/or construction paper, and of course Composition Notebooks. It is very difficult for students to bring in materials to school. Throughout the school year, students bring less and less materials. It comes to a point where I cannot even lend them pencils because I do not have any more. We, as teachers, receive a limited classroom materials stipend in late October. Sometimes it is not enough. Technology materials such as ink can get expensive. Therefore, in order to have a successful school year for 2016-2017, classroom materials are imperative to learning, creativity, and success!
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