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Grade(s) All elementary
No. Students 600
Need Multiculturalism, tolerance education
After 7 years in the classroom, I have given the opportunity to become the Coordinator for our IB Curriculum. I am excited to embark on this journey and provide resources to my teachers and my students. My school is located in a low socioeconomic area in which parents work 12 hr shifts if not longer. Most of my students spend their day at school an...
Grade(s) 4th Grade
No. Students 31
Subject Social Studies
Academy of Accelerated Learning (AAL) is part of the Milwaukee Public School District, an economically challenged urban district with over 120 schools. AAL is an International Baccalaureate school. Our curriculum is an inquiry based program with a specific goal to teach and educate students in a global mindset. It is important that the students und...
No. Students 345
William N. DeBerry Elementary School is a learning institution charged with educating scholars from K-5 in a poverty-stricken community. We are inclusive in the Springfield Public School system as alternative We are in need of Science and Social Studies textbooks, calculators, internet access, working computers, video/televison access to learning,...
No. Students 22
As a kindergarten teacher, I'm responsible for setting the tone for my students' entire educational career. Establishing this tone means I must create a learning environment that's welcoming, colorful, safe, and engaging; where my students are excited to be there and can develop a love of school and learning. This is a responsibility I...
Kindergarten students are awestruck with the world that they are beginning to discover; and as a kindergarten teacher, I enjoy the experience of facilitating that process of discovery – of making it unique and memorable. However, memorable experiences of discovery in a school with a limited budget for supplies can become expensive for a teacher. ...
Grade(s) 12th Grade
No. Students 180
I teach a unit every Spring about the value of life. There are multiple articles, novels, and videos that I use to help the students identify their own values and values in others. This unit is intended to help seniors who are about to exit the high school setting and enter the adult world, become better citizens, more compassionate and less judg...
No. Students 500
Subject Library/Media center
Our fifth and sixth grade school is comprised of over 500 students, all at an age when bullying and conflict resolution training is of immediate importance. It is essential for the library to acquire informative materials, fiction and nonfiction, to promote understanding about peaceful interactions and resolutions. Unfortunately, two years ago, o...
Grade(s) 9th Grade
This is a Spanish class for students who are completely bilingual and have been in an English-Spanish program beginning in elementary school. They are now in the International Baccalaureate Program, and what they need to do is to master different skills in Spanish and understand how these are created by the subtleties of the language. Our needs wil...
Grade(s) 7th Grade
No. Students 120
Subject Science (Social)
Original source materials, dvds, online subscription to internet research services, newspapers (The New York Times; Washington Post, Wall Street Journal) and periodicals, materials from the National Constitution Center, Smithsonian Museums and United States Holocaust Memorial and Museum, copy paper, card stock paper, color ink cartridges for Canon ...
No. Students 194
Subject Foreign Language
I teach Middle School Spanish. My students would benefit from additional funding because I would be able to purchase a color printer, book binding material, toner for our copier, challenging educational games, and other project materials that would allow me to implement strategies and activities that will help spark creativity and critical thinking...
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Family and consumer science
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Teaching in a low income area creates challenges with supplies and community support. Every dollar helps alleviate the financial burden we face. Supporting our students and school is supporting your community. Our students face social and economic limitations that hinder their learning outside the classroom. This is why it is imperative to meet the needs of every student regardless of learner type or economic abilities. These funds will help our school meet those needs and enhance the classroom and learning.
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