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Each year I spend over $500 on my classroom and majority of that money is on school supplies for my students. Many do not have the extra money for simple school supplies that most students do not even think twice about. I keep school supplies available all school year long for my at-risk, African American students to have basic necessities to be successful in school.

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FTBS-Supplies for Credit Recovery Students

School:
Lakewood High School 
Subject:
Mathematics 
Teacher:
Emily Cipolla 
Students Impacted:
150 
Grade:
9-12 
Date:
June 8, 2015

Investors

Thank you to the following investors for funding this grant.

 

Wells Fargo - $50.00

The Pinellas Education Foundation - $50.00

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Goal

Each year I spend over $500 on my classroom and majority of that money is on school supplies for my students. Many do not have the extra money for simple school supplies that most students do not even think twice about. I keep school supplies available all school year long for my at-risk, African American students to have basic necessities to be successful in school.  

 

What will be done with my students

Many students are embarrassed about not having basic school supplies for their classes. Majority of my students know if they need something, anything, they can come to my classroom and find what they are looking for or I will go out and get what they need. Students will have access to school supplies throughout the entire school year.  

 

Benefits to my students

Students will have the appropriate materials to be successful everyday at school.  

 

Describe the Students

Approximately 60% of my students in credit recovery are ESE and/or low performing students. Many struggle to be successful in school and have limited funds to even have the basic materials for school. Almost 95% of the students in credit recovery at Lakewood High School are African American.  

 

Budget Narrative

Working with at-risk students in credit recovery requires the use of a printer in my classroom. My principal will no longer fund a toner cartridge for my printer. Students use my printer for their own projects, papers, and miscellaneous things.  

 

Items

# Item Cost
1 Lexmark Toner Cartridge E260A11A $100.00
  Total: $100.00

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