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The most recent way you are changing kids lives – Fall grants

On December 7th,  Hundreds of students across the district were in awe of your generosity.  Foundation volunteers made Publisher Clearing House like visits awarding the most recent round of Innovative Classroom grants/ G.R.A.N.T.S.  or as we like to call them – Giving to Really Awesome Northshore Teachers and Students! 

Your generous donations that make G.R.A.N.T.S.  possible.  Thank you!  We will kick off 2018-19 granting season this May – so stay tuned.

But for now – here’s a quick list of what’s in store.

Congratulations to Adam Bacot from Lockwood Elementary who has been awarded funding to purchase Ukeleles.   A classroom set of Ukeleles will enable Mr Bacot to connect the music lessons in the classroom with real-life performance experiences.  This innovative project will impact Entire Elementary School in the first year!

Congratulations to Karen Oie and Jina Park from Frank Love Elementary who have been awarded funding for their innovative project and Ukeleles.   Students in fourth and fifth grade at Frank Love Elementary will learn to play the ukulele in the general music class with a classroom “set” of 28 ukuleles. Each class will play the ukuleles for 6+ weeks every year, with a performance at the end of the ukulele unit. The ukuleles will be used in every fourth grade general music for years to come.  This project will impact over 100 students in the first year!

Congratulations to Britt Martin from the new North Creek High School who has been awarded funding for the innovative project to take a field trip to the Seattle Art Museum.  A quarter of North Creek HS art students have never been to a museum or gallery. With this grant funding they plan to take 150 students to the Seattle Art Museum for the Figuring History show, which provides perspectives on black culture and representation. According to the SAM, “These alternative histories challenge and reinterpret the exalted lineage of history painting.” After their exposure to a broader range of historical perspectives, each student will create an art project related to their personal narrative.  This project will impact over 100 students in the first year!

Congratulations to Katie Sabol at Kokanee Elementary who has been awarded funding for their innovative project to purchase Osmo Genius kits.   The 6 Kindergarten classes are excited to use Osmo as part of their literacy and math stations.  Osmo is an interactive iPad app with multiple manipulatives which encourages teamwork and helps all students grow academically in both literacy and math.  This project will impact 100+ students in the first year!

Congratulations to Mary Neifert from Moorlands Elementary who has been awarded funding for their innovative project and the purchase of Supports for Social/Emotional Regulation.   This Moorlands Elementary Self Regulation Grant will help to increase the participation, engagement and available time for learning for all our students. Having these supports will help those students with different learning styles and especially those who learn best while moving. This project will impact Entire Elementary School in the first year!

Congratulations to Chris Seeley and Skyview Middle School who have been awarded funding for their innovative project of Robots for Robotics Club. Robotics club is an opportunity for students to get together and experience hands on learning about robots.  They will be using the VEX IQ robots to solve specific tasks but also learn how to work together and enjoy being part of a team; discovering the skills and natural gifts of one student then relying on another student who is skilled in different areas. In the Robotics club students will learn to problem solve real world challenges in groups and individually.  The students will learn to present and compete on a large stage when they have the opportunity to go to the Robot Mesh VEX IQ tournament at Evergreen MS in Redmond in February.  One final thought from the teacher, “We just started a Girls who Code club and I was going to have my club on a different night so I might interest some of girls in robotics. I will do my best to make this a balanced team. This project will impact 1-2 Classrooms in the first year!

Congratulations to Christina Berg from Hollywood Hill who has been awarded funding for their innovative project – Hard-backed Math Boards.   The 1st grade team was seeking to purchase new hard-backed Math Expressions Whiteboards for students in all three classrooms.  These boards have visual templates, specific to the curriculum, number paths, graphs and arrays. Math boards engage student learning by providing a hard surface to work on the carpet, a act as a prompt to discuss their thinking, as well as a platform to allow the teacher to see the students’ thinking processes in “real time”. This allows the teacher to readily adjust and differentiate for students’ needs.  This project will impact 1-2 Classrooms in the first year!

Congratulations to Joyce Thode from Bothell HS who has been awarded funding for their innovative project to purchase Supports for Self-Regulation for many Special Populations classrooms. Bothell High School Self Regulation Support will provide up to date tools to help special education students stay calm and available for learning. Functioning self regulation can support students in their learning, and can increase their participation and engagement at school. This project will impact several Special Populations (ELL, Learning Center, Special Education, etc.) in the first year!

Congratulations to Kim Menon from Kenmore Elementary who has been awarded funding for their innovative project for the purchase of KORE chairs. The kindergarten team at Kenmore Elementary was asking for 2 Kore chairs for each of their 4 classrooms to better support the early learners who struggle to focus and who need to build core strength.  This project will impact over 100 students in the first year!

Congratulations to Renee Huizenga and Maywood Hills Elementary who have been awarded funding for their innovative project to purchase BreakOut EDU kits.  BreakOut EDU is an immersive learning experience and an educational version of the popular games (participants solve clues to break out of a room).  Students work in cooperative groups to solve puzzles, which give them keys and codes to unlock boxes. Eventually, reaching a  prize in the last box. The benefits of BreakOut EDU extend beyond “winning”.   Students, teachers and parents will build important academic and social skills as they solve puzzles and reinforce curricular concepts. This project will impact more than one school in the first year!

Congratulations to Brooke Richards from Kokanee Elementary who has been awarded funding for their innovative project of a Toymaker Workshop. Professional toy inventor and nationally recognized educator, Rick Hartman, will present an intensive, hands-on, and fun filled science workshop for second grade classes at Kokanee Elementary, focusing on Solids and Liquids. During the experience students will use and explore simple hand tools to build a rubber band powered boat to demonstrate important scientific properties that connect with Next Generation Science Standards. This form of STEM opportunity will greatly benefit the students by giving them an opportunity to work together while playing multiple roles such as creator, mentor, engineer, scientist, and mathematician.  This project will impact 100+ students in the first year!

Congratulations to Kristina Schmidt from East Ridge Elementary who has been awarded funding for the innovative project Ozobot Bit Robots purchase.   A 4th grade class will work in research teams to program Ozobot Bit Robots. Students begin with concrete codes of line and color segments and advance to a visual block based editor. The new science standards incorporate engineering practices in classroom science. Robotics provides an exciting extension of the 4th grade TCI Waves & Information Study. In addition, this project allows for equitable access to materials that can be cost prohibitive for many families. This project will impact 1-2 Classrooms in the first year!

Congratulations to Julie Allemann and Kokanee Elementary who have been awarded funding for their innovative Mock Newbery program project. Kokanee Elementary’s 5th grade students participate in the Mock Newbery Challenge in partnership with KCLS to read new, culturally diverse literature and engage in cross-grade level book clubs. This project will impact 100+ students in the first year!

Congratulations to Julia Gochnourw from Woodmoor who has been awarded funding to purchase books for the 3/4 EAP class.  Ms Gochnourw teaches a 3/4 EAP classroom and is looking to purchase higher level books, both fiction and non-fiction for the classroom library so the students have a wider variety of books to “try on” the reading strategies she is teaching at their individual reading levels and interests.  This project will impact over 100 students in the first year!

Congratulations to Kara Morrison from Hollywood Hill who has been awarded funding for their innovative project to purchase Fine Motor Supports. This $384 grant will purchase fine motor activities and materials for three Kindergarten classes, to help correct improper pencil grips and increase muscle tone in little hands that don’t currently have it.  The use of these materials will improve student confidence and put them on the path to academic success!.  This project will impact 100+ students in the first year!

Congratulations to Kara Morrison from Hollywood Hill who has been awarded funding for their innovative project “Raz-Kids” online reading program.   A Northshore School Foundation grant of  $788.01 would create online access to an individualized reading program that families could access from school, home and on the go for all three Hollywood Hill Kindergarten classes for 12 full months and potentially eliminating the summer slide. The impact will be shown by increased reading skills and a lifelong love of reading. This project will impact 1-2 Classrooms in the first year!

Congratulations to Dana Fialdini and Marci Morgan from Shelton View who have been awarded funding to purchase the subscription to the Raz-kids reading program with accompanying storage/charging cart, tablets and headphones. This program will help support the increased number of ELL students which has double from last year.  These students are not hearing the phonemic sounds needed to learn the speaking, reading and writing skills in the English language.  Additionally, the number of students beginning 1st and 2nd grades who are performing below standard in reading has increased the past 2 years. These tablets will help encourage independent reading, boost the student’s confidence and abilities to achieve grade level reading standards. This project will impact 100+ students in the first year!

Congratulations to Dana Fialdini and Shannon Hobbs at Shelton View who have been awarded funding to purchase subscriptions to the Raz-kids reading program and accompanying KindleFire tablets and headphones  to help support the increased number of ELL students which has double from last year.  These students are not hearing the phonemic  sounds needed to learn the speaking, reading and writing skills in the  English language.  Additionally, the number of students beginning 1st and 2nd grades that are performing below standard in reading has increased the past 2 years.  This tablet will help encourage independent reading boosting the student’s confidence and ability to achieve grade level reading standards. This project will impact 1-2 Classrooms in the first year!

Congratulations to Craig Danter from Bothell HS who has been awarded funding for Bluetooth I-PAD keyboards.   At Bothell HS, mid level students’ use of Ipads has increased their academic performance and yet some students are in need of alternate keyboards. If mid level students are provided with bluetooth keyboards, they have the tools to perform efficiently and independently with less teacher intervention and therefore allow the students to take ownership of learning and participate more fully in their classes.  This project will impact several Special Populations (ELL, Learning Center, Special Education, etc.) in the first year!

Congratulations to Barbara Chessler, occupational therapist from Lockwood who has been awarded funding for a stationary bike and trampolines for in the “PAWS Den”.  Through a 2016 Northshore Schools Foundation Grant, staff at Lockwood created the PAWS den, a school wide sensory room. This calming room helps students self-regulate so they can focus on learning. The equipment in the room supports students by providing them space, tools and time to calm down, take a break, or get revved up, so they can be ready to learn. This new grant adds more equipment to this valuable school space.  This project will impact entire school in the first year!

Congratulations to Lisa Kieffer, from CC – Canyon Creek who has been awarded funding for their innovative project Sensory regulation equipment_S/E classrooms.   Many students in our Mid-Level Social/Emotional (S/E) classrooms have sensory processing difficulties which can contribute to dysregulation and dysregulated behaviors.The S/E classrooms currently provide visual, auditory and tactile sensory strategies but are lacking equipment to adequately implement vestibular and proprioceptive strategies. S/E students need to be taught self-regulation skills and given the opportunity to practice the skills in a safe and supportive manner. They need regulation tools they can easily access to calm themselves independently without disrupting the entire classroom. The intent of our project is to provide recommended sensory equipment for the S/E program..  This project will impact 1-2 Classrooms in the first year!

Congratulations to Jan Webb at Sorenson Early Childhood Center who has been awarded funding for a therapy table and three chairs for in the therapy rooms. Sorenson Early Childhood Center provides educational and therapeutic services to three to five year students with special needs in developmental preschool and ReadyStart classrooms. Sorenson provides a quality learning environment where all children are encouraged to learn through physical experiences that meet their individual developmental needs in all areas including physical, social emotional, communication and intellectual.  The mission at Sorenson is to  foster a love and excitement for learning and to equip them with the skills and confidence they will need to be successful.  The requested funding was to purchase an adjustable therapy table and three supportive chairs for the speech and language therapy department. These things will better accommodate children’s seating/positioning needs and provide all students equal access to materials. Currently we have 4 full time Speech/Language Pathologists (SLP) and 1 part time SLP who provide services/instructional support to the majority of the students at Sorenson. The impact of this project is long reaching and will serve many children with varying skills and abilities. At Sorenson, a full time SLP serves approximately 50 students per year on average and over the lifespan of this equipment could serve 5000 children. The total cost for this project is $547.80 and this project will impact 100+ students in the first year!

 

Congratulations to Colette Weber and Crystal Springs have been awarded funding for their innovative project to purchase BreakOut EDU kits for in their library.   Each Breakout EDU kit is a collection of resettable locks, boxes, and other items that are used to play immersive learning games. While playing these games, students reinforce content and skills taught in the library and/or the classroom.  Breakout EDU kits provide students an opportunity to apply critical thinking skills, be creative, collaborate, and practice communication skills.  This project will impact entire elementary school in the first year!

Congratulations to Kayla Valentino from Maywood Hills Elementary who has been awarded funding for their innovative project of TenMarks math subscriptions. The goal is to provide ALL students across her grade level access to the TenMarks math program. This program provides self guided practice at home and at school and is based on the individual student’s needs. Students, families and teachers can work together to monitor and support progress and because TenMarks is an intuitive program it reaches each individual student and supports/pushes them at their level. The hope is that this program will help to eliminate opportunity gaps.  This project will impact 100+ students in the first year!

Congratulations to Jackie Dierksen at Sorenson Early Childhood Center who has been awarded funding to purchase Childshape Chairs & Height Right Chairs. This project will provide appropriate seating for preschool children with speech and language delays. Chairs which meet the students’ physical and sensory needs will keep them more engaged and focused during one-on-one sessions with a speech therapist, improving the outcomes for students with special needs. This project will impact all Special Populations (ELL, Learning Center, Special Education, etc.) in the first year!

Congratulations to Adam Bacot from Lockwood Elementary who has been awarded funding to purchase Ukuleles. A classroom set of Ukuleles will enable Mr. Bacot to connect the music lessons in the classroom with real-life performance experiences.  This innovative project will impact the entire elementary school in the first year!

Congratulations to Karen Oie and Jina Park from Frank Love Elementary who have been awarded funding for their innovative project and Ukuleles. Students in fourth and fifth grade at Frank Love Elementary will learn to play the ukulele in the general music class with a classroom “set” of 28 ukuleles. Each class will play the ukuleles for 6+ weeks every year, with a performance at the end of the ukulele unit. The ukuleles will be used in every fourth grade general music for years to come. This project will impact over 100 students in the first year!

Congratulations to Britt Martin from the new North Creek High School who has been awarded funding for the innovative project to take a field trip to the Seattle Art Museum. A quarter of North Creek HS art students have never been to a museum or gallery. With this grant funding they plan to take 150 students to the Seattle Art Museum for the Figuring History show, which provides perspectives on black culture and representation. According to the SAM, “These alternative histories challenge and reinterpret the exalted lineage of history painting.” After their exposure to a broader range of historical perspectives, each student will create an art project related to their personal narrative. This project will impact over 100 students in the first year!

Congratulations to Katie Sabol at Kokanee Elementary who has been awarded funding for the innovative project to purchase Osmo Genius kits. Six kindergarten classes are excited to use Osmo as part of their literacy and math stations. Osmo is an interactive iPad app with multiple manipulatives that encourages teamwork and helps all students grow academically in both literacy and math. This project will impact 100+ students in the first year!

Congratulations to Mary Neifert from Moorlands Elementary who has been awarded funding for the innovative project and purchase of Supports for Social/Emotional Regulation. This Moorlands Elementary Self Regulation Grant will help increase participation, engagement and available time for learning for all our students. Having these supports will help those students with different learning styles and especially those who learn best while moving. This project will impact the entire elementary school in the first year!

Congratulations to Chris Seeley and Skyview Middle School who have been awarded funding for the innovative project of Robots for Robotics Club. The Robotics Club is an opportunity for students to get together and experience hands-on learning about robots. They will be using the VEX IQ robots to solve specific tasks but also learn how to work together and enjoy being part of a team; discovering the skills and natural gifts of one student then relying on another student who is skilled in different areas. In the Robotics Club, students learn to problem solve real world challenges in groups and individually.  The students will learn to present and compete on a large stage when they have the opportunity to go to the Robot Mesh VEX IQ tournament at Evergreen MS in Redmond in February. One final thought from the teacher, “We just started a Girls Who Code Club and I was going to have my club on a different night so I might interest some of girls in robotics. I will do my best to make this a balanced team.” This project will impact 1-2 classrooms in the first year!

Congratulations to Christina Berg from Hollywood Hill who has been awarded funding for the innovative project hard-backed Math Boards. The 1st grade team was seeking to purchase new hard-backed Math Expressions Whiteboards for students in all three classrooms. These boards have visual templates, specific to the curriculum, number paths, graphs and arrays. Math boards engage student learning by providing a hard surface to work on the carpet, act as a prompt to discuss their thinking, as well as a platform to allow the teacher to see the students’ thought processes in “real time”. This allows the teacher to readily adjust and differentiate for students’ needs. This project will impact 1-2 classrooms in the first year!

Congratulations to Joyce Thode from Bothell HS who has been awarded funding for the innovative project to purchase Supports for Self-Regulation for many Special Populations classrooms. Bothell High School Self Regulation Support will provide up-to-date tools to help special education students stay calm and available for learning. Functioning self regulation can support students in their learning, and can increase their participation and engagement at school. This project will impact several Special Populations classrooms (ELL, Learning Center, Special Education, etc.) in the first year!

Congratulations to Kim Menon from Kenmore Elementary who has been awarded funding for the innovative project for the purchase of Kore chairs. The kindergarten team at Kenmore Elementary requested two Kore chairs for each of their 4 classrooms to better support the early learners who struggle to sit still and focus and who need to build core strength. This project will impact over 100 students in the first year!

Congratulations to Renee Huizenga and Maywood Hills Elementary who have been awarded funding for the innovative project to purchase BreakOut EDU kits. BreakOut EDU is an immersive learning experience and an educational version of other popular board games where participants solve clues to break out of a room.  Students work in cooperative groups to solve puzzles, which gives them keys and codes to unlock boxes, eventually reaching a prize in the last box. The benefits of BreakOut EDU extend beyond “winning”.   Students, teachers and parents build important academic and social skills as they solve puzzles and reinforce curricular concepts. This project will impact more than one school in the first year!

Congratulations to Brooke Richards from Kokanee Elementary who has been awarded funding for the innovative project of a Toymaker Workshop. Professional toy inventor and nationally recognized educator Rick Hartman will present an intensive, hands-on, and fun filled science workshop for second grade classes at Kokanee Elementary, focusing on Solids and Liquids. During the experience, students will use and explore simple hand tools to build a rubber band powered boat to demonstrate important scientific properties that connect with Next Generation Science Standards. This form of STEM opportunity will greatly benefit the students by giving them an opportunity to work together while playing multiple roles such as creator, mentor, engineer, scientist, and mathematician. This project will impact more than 100 students in the first year!

Congratulations to Kristina Schmidt from East Ridge Elementary who has been awarded funding for the innovative project Ozobot Bit Robots purchase.  A 4th grade class will work in research teams to program the Ozobot Bit Robots. Students begin with concrete codes of line and color segments and advance to a visual block-based editor. The new science standards incorporate engineering practices in classroom science. Robotics provides an exciting extension of the 4th grade TCI Waves & Information Study. In addition, this project allows for equitable access to materials that can be cost prohibitive for many families. This project will impact 1-2 classrooms in the first year!

Congratulations to Julie Allemann and Kokanee Elementary who have been awarded funding for the innovative Mock Newbery program project. Kokanee Elementary’s 5th grade students participate in the Mock Newbery Challenge in partnership with KCLS to read new, culturally diverse literature and engage in cross-grade level book clubs. This project will impact more than 100 students in the first year!

Congratulations to Julia Gochnourw from Woodmoor who has been awarded funding to purchase books for the 3/4 EAP class. Ms Gochnourw teaches a 3/4 EAP classroom and is looking to purchase higher level books, both fiction and non-fiction, for the classroom library so students will have a wider variety of books to “try on” the reading strategies she is teaching at their individual reading levels and interests. This project will impact over 100 students in the first year!

Congratulations to Kara Morrison from Hollywood Hill who has been awarded funding for the innovative project to purchase Fine Motor Supports. This $384 grant will purchase fine motor skills activities and materials for three kindergarten classes. This grant will help correct improper pencil grips and increase muscle tone in little hands that don’t currently have it. The use of these materials will improve student confidence and put them on the path to academic success. This project will impact more than 100 students in the first year!

Congratulations to Kara Morrison from Hollywood Hill who has been awarded funding for the innovative project “Raz-Kids” online reading program.  A Northshore School Foundation grant of $788 will create online access to an individualized reading program that families can access from school, home, and on the go for all three Hollywood Hill kindergarten classes for 12 full months. This program can potentially eliminate the summer slide. The impact will be shown by increased reading skills and a lifelong love of reading. This project will impact 1-2 classrooms in the first year!

Congratulations to Marci Morgan from Shelton View who have been awarded funding to purchase a subscription to the Raz-kids reading program with accompanying storage/charging cart and headphones. The program helps students to hear the phonemic sounds needed to learn the speaking, reading and writing skills in the English language. This program will help support the increased number of ELL students that has double since last year.  Additionally, the number of students beginning 1st and 2nd grades who are performing below standard in reading has increased in the past 2 years. These programs help encourage independent reading, boost the student’s confidence and abilities to achieve grade-level reading standards. This project will impact more than 100 students in the first year!

Congratulations to Dana Fialdini and Shannon Hobbs from Shelton View who have been awarded funding to purchase subscriptions to the Raz-kids reading program and headphones. The program helps students to hear the phonemic sounds needed to learn the speaking, reading and writing skills in the English language. This program will help support the increased number of ELL students that has double since last year. Additionally, the number of students beginning 1st and 2nd grades who are performing below standard in reading has increased in the past 2 years. These programs help encourage independent reading, boost the student’s confidence and abilities to achieve grade-level reading standards. This project will impact more than 100 students in the first year!

Congratulations to Craig Danter from Bothell High School who has been awarded funding for Bluetooth iPad keyboards. At Bothell HS, mid level students’ use of iPads has increased their academic performance and yet some students are in need of alternate keyboards. When mid-level students are provided with bluetooth keyboards, they have the tools to perform efficiently and independently with less teacher intervention. This allows the students to take ownership of learning and participate more fully in their classes. This project will impact several Special Populations classrooms (ELL, Learning Center, Special Education, etc.) in the first year!

Congratulations to Barbara Chessler, occupational therapist from Lockwood who has been awarded funding for a stationary bike and trampolines for the “PAWS Den”.  Through a 2016 Northshore Schools Foundation Grant, staff at Lockwood created the PAWS Den, a school-wide sensory room. This calming room helps students self-regulate so they can focus on learning. The equipment in the room supports students by providing them space, tools and time to calm down, take a break, or get revved up, so they can be ready to learn. This new grant adds more equipment to this valuable school space. This project will impact the entire school in the first year!

Congratulations to Lisa Kieffer from Canyon Creek who has been awarded funding for the innovative project Sensory Regulation Equipment for Mid-Level Social/Emotional (S/E) classrooms.  Many students in the S/E classrooms have sensory processing difficulties that can contribute to dysregulation and dysregulated behaviors. The S/E classrooms currently provide visual, auditory and tactile sensory strategies but are lacking equipment to adequately implement vestibular and proprioceptive strategies. S/E students need to be taught self-regulation skills and given the opportunity to practice the skills in a safe and supportive manner. They need regulation tools they can easily access to calm themselves independently without disrupting the entire classroom. The intent of this project is to provide recommended sensory equipment for the S/E program.  This project will impact 1-2 classrooms in the first year!

Congratulations to Jan Webb at Sorenson Early Childhood Center who has been awarded funding for the purchase of an adjustable therapy table and three supportive chairs for the speech and language therapy department. Sorenson Early Childhood Center provides educational and therapeutic services to 3-5 year-old students with special needs in developmental preschool and ReadyStart classrooms. Sorenson provides a quality learning environment where all children are encouraged to learn through physical experiences that meet their individual developmental needs in all areas including physical, social-emotional, communication and intellectual. The purchased equipment will better accommodate children’s seating/positioning needs and provide all students equal access to materials. The impact of this project is long reaching and will serve many children with varying skills and abilities. This project will impact more than 100 students in the first year!

Congratulations to Colette Weber and Crystal Springs Elementary who have been awarded funding for the innovative project to purchase BreakOut EDU kits for in their library. Each Breakout EDU kit is a collection of resettable locks, boxes, and other items that are used to play immersive learning games. While playing these games, students reinforce content and skills taught in the library and/or the classroom. Breakout EDU kits provide students the opportunity to apply critical thinking skills, be creative, collaborate, and practice communication skills. This project will impact entire elementary school in the first year!

Congratulations to Kayla Valentino from Maywood Hills Elementary who has been awarded funding for the innovative project of TenMarks math subscriptions. The goal is to provide ALL students across her grade level access to the TenMarks math program. This program provides self guided practice at home and at school, based on individual student needs. Students, families and teachers can work together to monitor and support progress and because TenMarks is an intuitive program it reaches each individual student and supports them at their level, while encouraging them to reach for the next level. The intention is for this program to help eliminate opportunity gaps. This project will impact more than 100 students in the first year!

Congratulations to Jackie Dierksen at Sorenson Early Childhood Center who has been awarded funding to purchase Childshape Chairs & Height Right Chairs. This project will provide appropriate seating for preschool children with speech and language delays. Chairs that meet the physical and sensory needs of students keep them more engaged and focused during one-on-one sessions with a speech therapist, improving the outcomes for students with special needs. This project will impact all Special Populations classrooms (ELL, Learning Center, Special Education, etc.) in the first year!

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