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Kids Create With 3D Printing

Southside Elementary School

Given the opportunity to create without limits, what kind of world would kids create? (City X Project)

SES is a small, rural k-6 school. We have spent the past two years building a school...

Planting Seeds, Growing Minds: We Need Healthy Snacks!

Borah Elementary School

I teach third grade at a Title 1 school in North Idaho where 100 percent of students receive free and reduced lunch. For too many kids in my classroom, school is where they receive all of their...

Bringing Words to Life!

Melba Elementary School

I greet my students each morning eagerly anticipating the day ahead. Each day is so different, a present waiting to be unwrapped, information ready to be discovered and internalized, stories...

New Basketballs Needed

Timberlake Senior High School

The boys basketball team at this school has made massive improvements in the past few years, but is in desperate need of some new equipment. It is amazing to see the growth in these individual...

Building Logic and Critical Thinking Skills Using Games

Purple Sage Elementary School

My students come from a small agricultural town. Many of my students are on free or reduced lunch. They are a diverse group of kiddos that face some personal and academic struggles. I am committed...

Chromebooks for Kids!

Camas County Elementary School

Kids love technology! It's the world they live in, and it's critical that students learn the necessary skills to be better prepared for a technological future. In order to learn those skills,...

I'm Finished, Now What Do I Do?

Rupert Elementary School

My students are bright, hardworking children, with a passion for learning. They come from economically and ethnically diverse backgrounds. My students enjoy school and have a great desire to...

Empower My Students With the Magic of Books!

Grace Jordan Elementary School

As a teacher in Title I school, I want to provide my students with as many opportunities to grow as possible. Many of my students walk through our classroom door with trauma they've faced or are...

Hear Ye, Hear Ye!

Washington Elementary School

I'm a second year teacher at a Title I school in a high poverty area. My incoming students are each wonderful in their diversity. I currently have 27 students, 12 of whom have learned English as...

TIME for Kids to Read!

Jerome Middle School

My students face many struggles. Some are just starting to learn English and others are several grades behind in their reading and language arts skills. Many of them come from low income...

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