If you haven’t browsed our classroom pages lately, you’re missing out!
We have thousands of fantastic teachers looking for resources to help their students learn, grow, and find inspiration. Check out our featured classrooms this month below or search our website to find a teacher near you.
Here are just a few teachers with worthy funding causes.
SarahAnne Nadler’s Classroom
Funding Need: Arts & Music
La Puente, CA
For the first time EVER in the history of our school, we have an actual ART class! Students are SO excited to come to class. In fact, what was supposed to be a small elective was filled to beyond capacity…I had to find more desks, chairs, and figure out how to squeeze them into the classroom. Then, as not every student can take art as an elective, I incorporate and integrate art into the other subjects that I teach. My passion is teaching students to love reading, writing, and history, while learning to creatively express themselves. I integrate these together as much as possible. After spending a year in my classroom, my students come to realize that learning is not dry, boring exercise but something that is exciting, interesting, and has meaning. Learn more >
Marah Scipior’s Classroom
Funding Need: Literacy
My students love to read. They need classroom books and references. We strive every day to become better, stronger readers. My third graders love to see all the books that come into our library, but it is hard for them to read them right away as they are being checked out by other students or on hold. With donations to our classroom my students will be able to be stronger learners! Learn more >
David Hansen’s Classroom
All Middle School
We live in a rural county that can’t meet all of the demands on its limited budget to find funding that will enhance the education of our students. With the move toward Common Core standards and its emphasis of technology and comprehension, our students are falling behind in these important areas. With your donation, we will be able to provide some computer technology to help assist the students become familiarized with the requirements of the Common Core. Learn more >
Donors: There are thousands of classrooms that need your help! Click here to start searching for them.
Teachers: Is there something really special about your classroom or are you launching an innovative project you would like to highlight? Please let us know and we might include you in our next post of featured classrooms. Email Program Coordinator Melissa Hruza at [email protected]!