“As a librarian, I strongly believe that books are essential in developing young minds!
Unfortunately, many of our students come from homes that do not have many books, and our school library does not have as many as we should. We also need multimedia equipment and various circulation supplies.
With your help, all our kids can become readers and succeed in life. But we cannot do it without your help. Want to make a difference in your own community? Help us help these kids!”
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Sample High School
123 Main Street
Pleasantville, NY 10000
Your contribution will help Jane Dallas get essential resources for students, including those below:
Novels open the world to -- and develop -- young readers. What a wonderful resource to provide our students!
Books for my young students! These books help teach life lessons about sharing and kindness for those developing minds.
With your help, kids in my class can experience the most defining literary works ever written.
Figures from our past come alive inside our classroom. I want to provide my students the ability to learn about our world's most important events and people.
Books of poetry help students understand the beauty of language and emotion. Help them explore ways words can move people.
It's important to have books for more than stories; these books help my students research things we look up in class or they learn about at home. These reference books will help my students learn about the world around them.
Students are so curious about the world around them. Science books help them make sense of it all: geology, chemistry, astronomy, biology, etc.
These books help keep my students engaged and learning! These books reinforce what we learn in class by providing fun and challenging activities.
21st technology for a 21st century education
We need a way to store and transport all of our media supplies and equipment.
It is wonderful when students borrow books from our library. We just need basic resources to help us keep track.
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