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Elisabeth Lundeen

Published On: Feb 23 2012 12:00:07 PM CST   Updated On: Feb 23 2012 12:02:19 PM CST

Phone number: 608-834-7738

E-mail: ealunde@spasd.k12.wi.us

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I teach a class of 21 high risk 2nd graders.

Each month every child creates a scrapbook page with pictures from the month

as well as student writing about each month.

Each child has 3-4 photos per month in his/her scrapbook and I have 21 students this year.

I pay for these photos out of my own pocket and would love some help funding the picture development.

The students get to keep these scrapbooks and they are a great memory for them!

Please help our classroom create our 2nd grade scrapbooks so we can remember our great year!October 20, 2010:
We are in need of series books.
We love the Boxcar Children, Arthur and Reading A to Z Mysteries.
Thank you!

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