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The goal is to provide students who are economically disadvantaged for classroom materials needed for academic success in the 7th grade science classroom.

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Underprivledged students at STEM middle school

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School:
East Lake Middle School Academy of Engineering 
Subject:
Science 
Teacher:
Lisa Stavropoulos 
Students Impacted:
Grade:
Date:
July 20, 2015

Investor

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Elliott Stern - $94.98

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Goal

The goal is to provide students who are economically disadvantaged for classroom materials needed for academic success in the 7th grade science classroom. 

 

What will be done with my students

Students will use the materials to create interactive science notebook that supports school improvement plan for AVID strategies. 

 

Benefits to my students

Students will have all of the materials they need to be academically successful, and this will alleviate any stress on them and their families to provide these supplies for them.

AVID Interactive Science Notebook provides students with a tool that helps them study and improve test scores. 

 

Describe the Students

Most of my students are high-performing and gifted. We have very small ESE and ELL populations, and there are approximately seven to eight students entering the 7th grade that have been identified as Socioeconomically Disadvantaged. 

 

Budget Narrative

The 7th Grade science teacher is requesting funds in the amount of $94.98 for students in need for the 2015-16 school year. Materials will be provided to the students who are in need of the materials, so that they are prepared and ready to learn 

 

Items

# Item Cost
1 Sprial Notebook with spiral guard qty 8 $40.00
2 color pencils qty 8 $8.00
3 scotch tape qty 10 $22.99
4 Channille glue sticks Qty 30 $23.99
  Total: $94.98

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