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Today I just wanted tot do a bit of self promotion as the school year is coming close. As a teacher it's important that students have all the supplies and educational resources they need to be successful.

I teach Spanish in an elementary school. This is not just a "fluff" class. I teach my students the basics of the Spanish language, and it's very beneficial for students to be introduced to another language and other cultures. To explain more, I don't have a regular classroom and what I mean by not having a regular classroom is that I teach all the students in the school, so I don't just have 20-30 students that stay with me year round. I teach every "regular" class Spanish as a special/connection class on a rotation system.  So as you can imagine, catering to a large elementary school means supplies run out fast. From paper, to pencils, to tissues...etc. the supplies go quickly throughout the year. In addition, being a specials class, we don't really get a budget each year unlike regular classroom teachers. Now I'm lucky that my school will get me supplies if I request them, but still there are many things that I still need for my classroom.

So that being said, if you want to donate to my 2019-2020 school year gofundme you can follow the link below or click donate. Your contribution would be greatly appreciated, and it will help buy supplies such as pencils, construction paper, reading materials in Spanish, colored pencils, tissues, hand sanitizer, dry erase markers, and more.

Thanks!
click here or copy and paste the link below

 https://www.gofundme.com/f/school-year-20192020-spanish-specials&rcid=r01-156254612048-d9c8912ee5c84ae7&pc=ot_co_campmgmt_w

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