Kymberli blog quoteFirst Year Teacher Discovers Supplies Make the Classroom

You can tell that Kymberli Cosner loves being a teacher. She lights up when you ask about her 4th grade science students. “My students are diverse for sure,” she said. “They’re really energetic and they’re responding really well which is very exciting.” Miss Cosner is also excited to create an environment where learning is fun. […]

state-fairDid You Thank a Teacher at the Great Minnesota Get-Together?

AdoptAClassroom.org was proud to be a guest of MELSA during Read and Ride Day at the Minnesota State Fair this year! This was our first year at the State Fair and we wanted to make a splash by asking fairgoers to thank their favorite teacher in our photo booth. We were blown away by the fantastic impact […]


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paula colePaula Cole helps her students find their place in the world

Paula Cole is a teacher who knows how to adapt. She ensures that her students continue getting a strong, inclusive education no matter what changes happen in school or what struggles they face at home. Mrs. Cole is a 1st grade teacher at Emerson Elementary in Minneapolis, MN. Emerson Elementary is a dual Spanish immersion […]

5#BICFightForYourWrite

We at AdoptAClassroom.org are excited for another year teaming up with BIC’s Fight for Your Write campaign! Together, we are working to save handwriting as a critical learning tool for children. But we think typing about it would be a little hypocritical…So instead we got some of our team members to practice their handwriting by […]

June Classroom Success StoryClassroom Success Story: School Garden Grows Important Lessons for Students

What do you do with a low-income school, a few donated garden boxes, and no funding for plants or supplies? To this question, teachers Debbie Rutledge-Lockyear and Janet White’s response was confident. You make it work. When they received the garden boxes, the teachers began dreaming of creating a community garden where they could give their […]