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King Elementary School
466 Rockland Street Lancaster PA 17602 | (717) 291 - 6178
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Number of Registered Classrooms: 7
Students that Need Your Help: 590
Classrooms Adopted This Year: 1
Classrooms Adopted Historically: 4
Funds Donated This School Year: $200
Funds Donated All Time: $1,344
*A large percentage of students in this school come from low-income households.
Classrooms that need your help

  • Classroom: 212
  • No. Students: 25
  • Grade(s): 5th Grade
  • Subject(s): All
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Teaching in Lancaster City, my students often don't have the necessary funds for school supplies, books to read at home, etc. With additional funding, my students would benefit by having the necessary supplies without being a hardship on their families. Extra materials would help them to be productive at home as well as at school.
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  • Classroom: 108
  • No. Students: 24
  • Grade(s): 2nd Grade
  • Subject(s): All
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I teach in an urban elementary school. I have 24 students from low income families. By receiving additional funding, I could buy more literacy and math materials that my students would truly benefit from. I try to buy as many materials as I can to help my students, who do not receive much support at home, but there is only so much that I can afford. It is hard to keep my materials current and I would like to be able to buy more educational items for my students and my teaching. There is an amazing literacy website where teachers can print leveled books and resources that would be very helpful to our students. Because they are reproducible, it would allow the students to be able to take the books home and keep them to practice their reading daily. The website requires you to be a member and there is a yearly membership fee attached which is too expensive for me to afford on my own. Also, we are constantly in need of supplies in our classroom.
Adoption History:
  • Not Adopted in 2014
  • Not Adopted in 2013
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  • Classroom: 205
  • No. Students:
  • Grade(s): 4th Grade
  • Subject(s): All
  • Greatest funding need: General classroom materials
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The areas that are the greatest need for assistance are general supplies and educational resources. For the most part, I spend around $100.00 a year on supplies for my students. I do it because they need the resources, and the school has no budget for the extra resources. I do not mind spending the money, however, with a family of 5, I can spend the money on other family/personal things. :) Please Help!!
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  • Classroom: 208
  • No. Students: 25
  • Grade(s): 3rd Grade
  • Subject(s): All
  • Greatest funding need: Helping underprivileged students bridge the achievement gap
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I teach in an urban school district with students tht are predominately black and hispanic. Our elementary school is the largest and neediest in the district. I have 22 students in my classroom. Two of the students are non-English speakers. Donations would improve the quality of learning and teaching by providing me with the necessary tools. My ultimate goal is to meet the needs of every student in my classroom. With current budget cuts, aquiring necessary materials has become a challenge. I do my best to go above and beyond what is expected of me as a teacher. My students do not always have clean uniforms, materials, or the support necessary. I try to provide them with as much as possible. Your donations would greatly impact the students I teach, counsel, parent, and love.
Adoption History:
  • Adopted in 2014 by Joyce Hibshman
  • Adopted in 2013 by Joyce Hibshman
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  • Classroom: 202
  • No. Students: 25
  • Grade(s): All elementary
  • Subject(s): All
  • Greatest funding need: Special education/special needs
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The areas of greatest need for assistance are general supplies and educational resources. The materials are needed to help my students develop their reading and math skills to become productive members of society. They are eager to learn but have great gaps in their skills and difficulties learning in traditional ways. They would benefit from multi-sensory and manipulative materials. For the most part, I spend around $300.00 a year on supplies for my students. I do it because they need the resources, and the school has no budget for these extra resources.
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  • Classroom: ART
  • No. Students: 600
  • Grade(s): All elementary
  • Subject(s): Art
  • Greatest funding need: Arts and music education
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My students are in an urban district with over 95% of students living in poverty. School funding has been cut, and we have been doing our best, but the children at our school need your help. I see over 550 amazingly talented students, who have so much potential. They are enthusiastic and motivated, and just need the tools to succeed. Some things that we need in our classroom are basic. We need a carpet for our Kindergarteners (right now they are sitting on cement floors.) We need basic art supplies, as well as visuals, so the students can have the best in art education. Thank you so much for your support!
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  • Classroom: 212
  • No. Students: 25
  • Grade(s): 5th Grade
  • Subject(s): All
  • Greatest funding need: Helping underprivileged students bridge the achievement gap
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My class is in Lancaster City, Pennsylvania. Most of my students have free/reduced lunch. They have no insurance and their health care is terrible. They try their best, but home conditions are depressing. Medical issues interfere with their learning most days. Parents don't always speak English and can't help with homework. They share small apartments and even beds. My students want to learn and have the same opportunities as others, but their lifestyle impedes it. The attached photo shows my class doing a science experiment about erosion and deposition.
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