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Help a great ACPC teacher help 6- & 7-year olds learn better

Double Your Donation Dollars - It's a very modest request, for $548 for supplies in her DonorsChoose.org project. Already, an anonymous donor has agreed to match donations to the fund. That offer expires on January 31, 2016, so NOW is the time to make your donation. Only $11 now needed HOORAY, the project is fully funded thanks to 10 generous contributions, including six this morning. Read all about it On the Move in the First Grade.

By Patty Jones, Principal, Adair County Primary Center

Mrs. Hayes is a 15-year teaching veteran who realizes the importance of students being fully engaged in their learning regardless of age or subject area.

She strives daily to make learning come alive in Room 130 at ACPC. If you spend any time at all in her classroom you will see and feel the benefits of her efforts. Her students, at the ripe old age of 6 and 7, are taking steps to become the leaders of tomorrow.


Her latest effort is a Donorschoose.org project to enhance the level of engagement by her students in language and writing skills.

She incorporates interactive centers in her classroom daily and the materials gained through this project would go towards those efforts.

Thanks to an anonymous donor any donations made to this project between now and January 31, 2016 will be matched. So every $1 you donated now will be doubled!! What a great opportunity to make a difference in the lives of these students.

Please take time to read her project. There is even a detailed budget you can look at when you go online at On the Move in the First Grade


This story was posted on 2016-01-28 08:06:03
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