Seagoville Teacher Seeks Community Support for Reading Project


SEAGOVILLE – Seagoville Central Elementary teacher Jessica Caballero is seeking donations to help give her students good resources for improve their reading comprehension skills. With your help the students can have an organized, diverse library and a comfortable space in which to satisfy their interest in reading.

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A third-grade and fourth-grade teacher, Mrs. Caballero is raising $500 to purchase Books through DonorsChoose, the #1 classroom funding site for teachers.

My Students
This is my 3rd year as a third and fourth grade bilingual teacher. My students are English Language Learners (ELL) and come from low-income households. They are an enthusiastic groups of learners with many different learning styles as well as different special needs. Also, they are hard working kids who are motivated to achieve their highest score! With the help of, my students will have a great opportunity to have a successful 2021-22 school year with the materials they need.

My Project
I am asking to provide my students with the access to a diversity of books to increase their reading comprehension skills based on their unique needs. I want my students be fully prepared on reading comprehension, while also increasing their own levels of fluency.

In order to do this, it would be essential that they have access to a diverse library in the classroom. Also, I want them be able to choose books interesting for them, and a space to be comfortable during reading. The best way to increase reading ability is to read more, and make the reading interesting and comfortable. This project will only help enrich their experiences, with the printed words.

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