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"My students' artwork inspires me every day. That is why I stay motivated. They think of things I never think of. I always get new ideas on how to teach a project the next time because of what they come up with." - Susan Hiering, Lowell Elementary,Chicago  Illinois

"My students' artwork inspires me every day. That is why I stay motivated. They think of things I never think of. I always get new ideas on how to teach a project the next time because of what they come up with." - Susan Hiering, Lowell Elementary,Chicago Illinois

"I will continue to teach with Passion!" - Jean Criddle, Calvert Elementary, Calvert, Texas

"I will continue to teach with Passion!" - Jean Criddle, Calvert Elementary, Calvert, Texas

"AdoptAClassroom was an amazing start to my first year of teaching, and I do not know how I would have bought those first books. Over the year I have been lucky enough to gain enough books to create a respectable library to share with my kindergarteners, and we couldn't be happier!" - Jaclyn Edwards, Israel Putnam Elementary, Meriden CT

"AdoptAClassroom was an amazing start to my first year of teaching, and I do not know how I would have bought those first books. Over the year I have been lucky enough to gain enough books to create a respectable library to share with my kindergarteners, and we couldn't be happier!" - Jaclyn Edwards, Israel Putnam Elementary, Meriden CT

"Around Christmas time, I used donations to purchase miscellaneous school supplies (eraser, stickers, pencils) and manipulatives (counters, puzzles, paperpads, etc) to fill 23 stockings, which I purchased for each student. For most, this was the only gift they got this last holiday season, but to see their faces light up like a five year old's was unforgettable." - Jolie Brouttier, McKinley Elementary, Bakersfield CA

"Around Christmas time, I used donations to purchase miscellaneous school supplies (eraser, stickers, pencils) and manipulatives (counters, puzzles, paperpads, etc) to fill 23 stockings, which I purchased for each student. For most, this was the only gift they got this last holiday season, but to see their faces light up like a five year old's was unforgettable." - Jolie Brouttier, McKinley Elementary, Bakersfield CA

"Every day is different, every group of students is different. It's challenging, however sometimes I think they teach me more than I teach them each year!" - Joelle Trayers, Roosevelt Elementary, Houston TX

"Every day is different, every group of students is different. It's challenging, however sometimes I think they teach me more than I teach them each year!" - Joelle Trayers, Roosevelt Elementary, Houston TX

"Personally, as a mathematics teacher it was rewarding to hear the enginners talk about  how mathematics and science are instrumental in all aspect of the construction to ensure that the bridge is constructed properly and last for a long time.  It is my opinion that the students enjoyed the trip very much and where able to make connections from what they are learning in the classroom to how it is put into practice." - Clara Liz Velez, Hartford Public High School, Hartford CT

"Personally, as a mathematics teacher it was rewarding to hear the enginners talk about how mathematics and science are instrumental in all aspect of the construction to ensure that the bridge is constructed properly and last for a long time. It is my opinion that the students enjoyed the trip very much and where able to make connections from what they are learning in the classroom to how it is put into practice." - Clara Liz Velez, Hartford Public High School, Hartford CT

"I wish I could do more for them but resources are very limited. Most of the time I have to buy the materials myself and being the only individual working in my household, sometimes is hard to do it. I am glad I have had donors in the past." - Guadalupe Navarrete, Del Norte Heights Elementary, El Paso Texas

"I wish I could do more for them but resources are very limited. Most of the time I have to buy the materials myself and being the only individual working in my household, sometimes is hard to do it. I am glad I have had donors in the past." - Guadalupe Navarrete, Del Norte Heights Elementary, El Paso Texas

"But then a magically donor donated 500.00 to my account and I bought a beautiful kidney shaped table, and the height is just right for a kindergarteners. I cried when I got the donation." - Brianne Siderio, Somerdale-Park Elementary, Somerdale NJ

"But then a magically donor donated 500.00 to my account and I bought a beautiful kidney shaped table, and the height is just right for a kindergarteners. I cried when I got the donation." - Brianne Siderio, Somerdale-Park Elementary, Somerdale NJ

"Since our school burned we lost most of our resources so I was wanting to update the Health classroom in our new school with models of the human body. Thanks to the adopt-a-classroom I was able to get $125.00 and purchased a huge ear.  We have 65 students average each year so many kids will be able to use the model to better understand how an ear looks on the inside and how it works." - Jeannie Imhoff, Latham Elementary, Latham Missouri

"Since our school burned we lost most of our resources so I was wanting to update the Health classroom in our new school with models of the human body. Thanks to the adopt-a-classroom I was able to get $125.00 and purchased a huge ear. We have 65 students average each year so many kids will be able to use the model to better understand how an ear looks on the inside and how it works." - Jeannie Imhoff, Latham Elementary, Latham Missouri

"I would love to be able to provide my students with everything they need to be successful. Many of my students parents cannot afford to buy them simple things like pencils, paper, crayons, etc." - Constance Robinson, Tuttle Elementary School, Sarasota Florida

"I would love to be able to provide my students with everything they need to be successful. Many of my students parents cannot afford to buy them simple things like pencils, paper, crayons, etc." - Constance Robinson, Tuttle Elementary School, Sarasota Florida

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