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Magical Math for Many

Sage Valley Middle School

As a teacher in a low-income/high poverty school district, my students are faced with several challenges both in and out of the classroom. Despite the many challenges they face, I am looking to...

Wobble While We Work!

Farmin-Stidwell Elementary School

In our small-town Idaho school, we begin each day with "I am someone. I was somebody when I came. I'll be a better somebody when I leave. I am powerful. I am strong. I deserve the education that I...

Super Charge Our Future!

Whitney Elementary School

Our school is a special place for my students! At my school, 100% of our students receive free breakfast and lunch. I teach a classroom full of amazing kids that have amazing stories. We were...

Sensory Addition and Creative Play

Desert Springs Elementary School

My students are some of the most amazing little people. As a special education teacher I see some of the kids who struggle the most with physical, intellectual and emotional handicaps. 76% of our...

Listening Ears Can Achieve Bright Futures

I T Stoddard Elementary School

My students see me for thirty minutes out of their day or even twice a day. They are excited and are ready to get to their lessons. They are creative individuals who may be on different...

Frontier Needs Foam!

Frontier Elementary School

Frontier Elementary is a high performing TITLE I school with a diverse population of students! As a Title I school, over 59% of our students qualify for free or reduced lunch.

Our school is...

Survey of Japanese Internment Camps

Ridgevue High School

Students at my high school are experiencing a unique high school journey! Our school just opened in Fall 2016, and students are working hard to establish a culture and climate that is...

iPads = iLearn

Lena Whitmore Elementary School

What if every student could have the targeted learning they needed on a daily basis? They could explore spelling patterns that were at their level, have personalized sight word lists, and have...

Getting Lost in a Good Book 2

Owyhee-Harbor Elementary School

My students come from various backgrounds including low-income and some are homeless so it is vital to have a classroom that is inviting, comforting, and a place they want to come every day...

Word Work Fun in Mrs. Wood's First Grade Classroom

Gateway School-Language & Culture

A large percentage of students at my school come from a disadvantaged socio-economic background. Many of these students primary language is not English and school can be a struggle for them.

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