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Tiffany Bautch

Published On: Aug 01 2011 03:34:09 PM CDT

Phone Number: 608-361-3861

Items Needed:

Thank you so much for giving teachers the opportunity to receive much needed supplies for their students. These are a few supplies that my classroom would greatly utilize.

1. Poster board=For language arts projects that we are continually working on.

2. Pencils=Many of our students are coming to class without the proper supplies because families can't afford to buy supplies. We use pencils everyday in every subject!

3. Electric pencil sharpener=We can't use our pencils if we can't sharpen them. Please help us by giving our classroom a new electric pencil sharpener.

4. Loose leaf paper=Many of our students don't have loose leaf paper. We all love when our papers are neat and orderly. Loose leaf would help achieve this goal.

5. LCD projector=As a teacher who values technology, a LCD projector would allow me to hook up my laptop on a regular basis and show my students information from the internet and also use technology as a tool to teach our population of students. I clearly know this is a HUGE request, but I thought I would try.

Anything would definitely help our cause.

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