“I have been a science teacher for the last 5 years. Seeing my students' passion for science is incredibly rewarding! Our school needs additional science equipment for students to learn about the world around them. Who knows, one of them might even be the one to find a cure for cancer or other disease. Help ensure that our students have a bright future by helping us get the resources they need.”
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Sample High School
123 Main Street
Pleasantville, NY 10000
Your contribution will help Bill Nigh get essential resources for students, including those below:
Equipment and consumables to teach biology and biotechnology. Includes: DNA/RNA/PCR application kits, reagents, chemicals, lives, preserved specimens, microscopes, electrophoresis, liquid handling, centrifuges, mixers & tubes.
All of the supplies needed to teach chemistry. Examples include chemicals, pipets, balance, hot plate, glassware, goggles, gloves, etc…
We want all our students to be safe when they are doing experiments. We need things like gloves, aprons, goggles, eye wash, fume hood, etc. Thank you for your help!
Products needed to teach geology, geography, oceanography, meteorology, and astronomy. Examples include: rock specimens, models, telescopes, maps, activity kits, globes, compass, weather station, psychrometer, and posters.
The products and supplies needed to teach K-6 students science. Products include: microscopes, prepared slides, butterflies, plant and animal models, K’Nex, and manipulatives to teach math concepts
All of the equipment needed for a science lab. Examples include: microscopes, balances, hot plates, stirrer, centrifuge, incubators, oven, sterilizer, water bath, etc.
All of the products needed to teach forensic science to students. Apply CSI techniques in a teaching setting. Example products include: activity kits, evidence collection, microscopes, books, and videos.
Includes the furniture and fixtures needed to teach science. Examples include: lab table, stools, sink, cabinets, mobile lab, chemical storage, etc.
All of the basic supplies needed to run a lab. Examples include: glassware, dry rack, tongs, gloves, pipets, stirring rod, clamps, Bunsen burner etc..
All of the products and models to teach physics concepts to students. Includes: physics systems, mechanics, properties of matter, heat & thermodynamics, waves, sounds, & light, electricity & magnetism, and alternative energy
All of the equipment and supplies to teach STEM and prepare students for STEM related careers. Examples include: data loggers, anatomical models, microscopes, calculators, K’Nex, robotics, biotech kits, etc.
ClassWish invites leaders of FIRST Robotics teams and also invites teachers, student teachers, substitute teachers, part-time after school teachers, staff developers, librarians, guidance counselors, school nurses, coaches, principals, administrators, other school employees directly serving students in an educational capacity, and officers acting on behalf of school Parent Teacher Association units recognized by the National Parent Teacher Association and on behalf of other parent teacher organizations (collectively, “Educators”) in K-12, public, magnet and charter schools, and private and parochial that are exempt from federal income tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, and that are in the 50 states or the District of Columbia (collectively, “Allowed Schools”) to create wish lists (“Wish Lists”) indicating the supplies and equipment they need for their students to excel and to submit requests (“Requests”) for ClassWish to provide particular items funded by contributions to such Wish Lists.
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