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Jennifer Schroeder

Published On: Aug 08 2011 12:03:14 PM CDT

Phone number: 920-484-3333

E-mail: jschroeder@fallriver.k12.wi.us

Items needed:

I would love to get an "Elmo" unit and projector for my music classroom. This would enable me to show any printed material on a screen where the whole class could see it and would save so much time and paper copies! I know it is kind of a big-ticket item, but it would be used with nearly every child in Fall River School and would really benefit children with reading difficulties. The children could follow me on the projected music and not get lost on their own pages. Music literacy can benefit children in so many ways! Please help!

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