Thanks to encouragement and stories from other teachers last Saturday attending EdCampStilly in Stillwater, Oklahoma, this week I posted my first fundraising project to the website, DonorsChoose.org. The name of my project is “Applying STEM Skills with Robotic Sphero Balls.”
by Wesley Fryer
Give to my classroom by October 1, 2014 and your donation will be doubled thanks to DonorsChoose.org. Just enter the code INSPIRE on the payment page and you’ll be matched dollar for dollar (up to $100). A donation of even $5 would be awesome!
If you chip in to help my students, you’ll get awesome photos and our heartfelt thanks.
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