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Debra Dauffenbach

Published On: Aug 08 2011 01:20:40 PM CDT

Phone number: 920-563-7818

E-mail: dauffenbachd@mail.fortschools.org

Items needed:

I am in desparate need of a computer that my special education students can use in my classroom. I only have the computer that is for my professional use and I do not like the fact that my students have to use it and that it is the only one I have.

I teach students with learning disabilities. I would like a dry erase board that measures about 2X3 that can be mounted or a standing easel type.

I could also use 10 to 15 clear blue 18.5 quart storage boxes from Shopko.

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