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It must be nice to have enough discretionary income to supplement your school's downfalls. As a single mother I am struggilng with $4.35/gallon gas, making my mortgage payment, and putting food on the table for my child. Share the wealth!
Only mean, uncaring teachers don't make sure the kids have what they need. This is not the time to teach personal responsibility because the parents are the ones who control the money. Go to the sales and get some stuff for the first week or two. Show you care. You can change a life by being a teacher the kids can count on to help them have what they need. And always make sure there is a pack of pencils, some safety pins and some Kotex in your desk.
The students appreciate the effort we go to in making sure they have hand sanitizer, blank recording media, etc.