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Be First To Support Our Teachers With Big Vision For Our Kids!

Be First To Support Our TeachersEvery teacher has dreams for the classroom that go beyond the school budget. And this week, we’re highlighting teachers with big vision for our kids! 

As an SOS Radio community, we can help our teachers start strong. We can Be First to give toward creative projects right here in our city! is a place where our teachers post innovative projects they want to do with our kids.  Let’s Be First to show our new teachers how much we love them at SOS Radio!

Here's today's project: Ms. Honeylette Catapat from Somerset Academy's Stephanie Campus has a project to give her students flexible seating choices in class to spark creativity & responsibiity.

She says: "I am so excited to start off the school year by trying something new and providing my students choice with flexible seating. Giving students a choice of where to sit in the classroom gives them power regarding their learning. Having these flexible seating options will allow students to be aware of how they best learn. Just as adults, we want to be comfortable when we have to get some serious work done. Why not give students that same option? Flexible seating teaches students independence and responsibility."

Click HERE to support Ms Catapat's creative seating project on Donor's Choose. 


Here's links to the projects we talked about earlier this week too:

Click HERE to support Ms. Ursini's Colorado River project at Diamondback Elementary School

Click HERE to support Ms. Stewart's coat drive for homeless students at Copper Hills High

Click HERE to support Mr. Boudreaux's kayaks for future Special Olympics students at Frenchtown High

Click HERE to support Mrs. Ferry's STEM technology project for Special Ed students at New Bridge Elementary.

Click HERE to support Ms. Goslee's hygiene project for West Creek Elementary.

Click HERE to support Ms. Perdok's aviation communications project at Pinecrest Academy - Cadence

Click HERE to support Mrs. Robinson's Snap Circuits at Diskin Elementary.

Click HERE to support Mrs. Zakem's Rube Goldberg Machines at Garside Middle School.

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