School supplies donated


Courtesy photo St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church donates supplies to the Exceptional Children’s Department at the Elizabethtown Middle School. Laura A. Hall, Exceptional Children’s teacher, reminds us, ‘Due to the individual needs of the students, their goals and curriculum, our school supplies look different. The students used the supplies to create 30 task boxes which are used for individual lessons, and are adapted to each student’s goals. They all have sensory components that keep the students engaged and allow them to explore their lessons.’ Bean Bag chairs, tennis balls, pipe cleaners, hand sanitizer, and a multitude of other much needed items were given by the congregation as an on-going partnership with the Exceptional Children’s Department.


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St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church donates supplies to the Exceptional Children’s Department at the Elizabethtown Middle School. Laura A. Hall, Exceptional Children’s teacher, reminds us, ‘Due to the individual needs of the students, their goals and curriculum, our school supplies look different. The students used the supplies to create 30 task boxes which are used for individual lessons, and are adapted to each student’s goals. They all have sensory components that keep the students engaged and allow them to explore their lessons.’ Bean Bag chairs, tennis balls, pipe cleaners, hand sanitizer, and a multitude of other much needed items were given by the congregation as an on-going partnership with the Exceptional Children’s Department.

Courtesy photo St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church donates supplies to the Exceptional Children’s Department at the Elizabethtown Middle School. Laura A. Hall, Exceptional Children’s teacher, reminds us, ‘Due to the individual needs of the students, their goals and curriculum, our school supplies look different. The students used the supplies to create 30 task boxes which are used for individual lessons, and are adapted to each student’s goals. They all have sensory components that keep the students engaged and allow them to explore their lessons.’ Bean Bag chairs, tennis balls, pipe cleaners, hand sanitizer, and a multitude of other much needed items were given by the congregation as an on-going partnership with the Exceptional Children’s Department.
http://www.bladenjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_supplies.jpgCourtesy photo St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church donates supplies to the Exceptional Children’s Department at the Elizabethtown Middle School. Laura A. Hall, Exceptional Children’s teacher, reminds us, ‘Due to the individual needs of the students, their goals and curriculum, our school supplies look different. The students used the supplies to create 30 task boxes which are used for individual lessons, and are adapted to each student’s goals. They all have sensory components that keep the students engaged and allow them to explore their lessons.’ Bean Bag chairs, tennis balls, pipe cleaners, hand sanitizer, and a multitude of other much needed items were given by the congregation as an on-going partnership with the Exceptional Children’s Department.
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