Everett Elementary

Science Materials

We would like to purchase extra science materials to support our school curriculum. These materials will be to create hands-on experiments for the students. They will be used during school as well as after school science clubs.

Your gifts will help purchase sieves, microscopes, and other hands-on experiments to help us with electricity, small machines, ecosystems, etc. Some of the items can be viewed on my amazon wish list.  Requesting $877 plus cost reimbursement.

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Saratoga Elementary

Funds for 2nd Grade!

Second grade uses an app called Seesaw on our classroom Chromebooks. Students can take pictures, record, and add work to their Seesaw journal. It is a great tool for students to turn in and share work with their teachers and it is also shared with their family members! It is a very unique way to show their learning!

We would love to have microphone headphones to allow better quality of sound when students are recording an explanation of their work or reading a passage on Seesaw. The microphone headphones will allow their voice to be captured without the background noise of the classroom. It will help teachers and family members to hear them clearly when they view their work on Seesaw. Students also listen to themselves to self-monitor how they are reading.

We also would like to add some rocker chairs in our classrooms. The rocker chairs will allow students to have movement while being safe and productive with their learning. Research is now confirming what many of us known intuitively: moderate movement can improve focus and concentration. Rockers combine gentle movement and flexible support to help children channel excess energy into classroom endeavors. Requesting $1,180 plus cost reimbursement.

Thank you for considering!!

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Lincoln High


This scholarship was created in memory of beloved Lincoln High math instructor Andrew Peterson by his friends and colleagues to perpetuate his passion for teaching and for students. Your gift will help future Lincoln High graduates pursue a career that follows in Andrew's footsteps.

Andrew was an accomplished graduate of Southeast High School who was proud of his academic accomplishments. He took the ACT twice. The first time he prepared and got a 35. The next time he took it with the entire junior class – thinking his first score was pretty good, he did not study and aced the test the second time.

Hired as a math teacher at Lincoln High School in 2017, Andrew’s interests included planning lessons, reading, solving math problems, Dr. Who, and collecting Rubik cubes. He was clearly known by his sense of humor, specifically, his love of puns. He could easily ‘pun up you’ any day of the week. Andrew would say that the students either laughed at his jokes or laughed at him, either way they were laughing, so it was all good.

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