Oak Ridge Elementary School verified non-profit

Sacramento, California

About

We have developed thriving relationships with our families. Home Visits were a big part of this success. Oak Ridge staff completed nearly 200 Home Visits in 2011-2012. We thank our families for opening up their doors and inviting us inside. Home Visits will continue this year. Please don’t waste any time setting up a Home Visit with your teacher. Home Visits help our families and our teachers build meaningful relationships. Families and teachers connect in ways that cannot be put in words. I encourage you to be the first in your neighborhood to complete a Home Visit this year!

Teaching is complicated and involves many partners in learning. We thank each of our parents for getting involved in learning. You are your child’s number one teacher. There will be countless opportunities to be engaged in school this year. We thank you for giving us the opportunity to educate your children. We thank our families, our community partners, and our staff for helping all students reach their potential and thrive academically.
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59 Investors
IXL Membership for 6th Grade Elementary Class
by Jaspal Supra
at Oak Ridge Elementary School
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IXL Program for Underprivileged 6th Grade Class
by Jaspal Supra
at Oak Ridge Elementary School
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Leveling the Playing Field
by Jaspal Supra
at Oak Ridge Elementary School
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Evening the Odds
by Jaspal Supra
at Oak Ridge Elementary School
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Purchasing an IXL License for 6th Grade Class
by Jaspal Supra
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Jaspal Supra

6th grade teacher

As a first year teacher working at a Title 1 school, I've been slapped in the face with many obstacles to overcome in my efforts of educating the inner city youths in my class. Still, its nothing compared to the struggles they face each and every day. Through pledgecents, I am hoping to bridge the gap between my class and those of other schools' in terms of availability of programs and access to materials.