Rising 4th Grade Supplies – Read Below!!
To buy your child’s school supplies for September 2019, ALL you have to do is go to our page on Donor’s Choose:
…and make a donation. That’s it! Once the project is funded, supplies will be delivered directly to the 4th-grade teachers at 261 for next school year. No more waiting in long lines, no more lugging giant bags into school. And the best part is because we buy supplies in bulk, it’s less expensive for you!
Please donate this spring or as soon as you can to ensure we can get the supplies over the summer.
The suggested donation is $60 per child. If you would like to donate more to sponsor another family, feel free to donate more money. Please donate what you can afford.
*Please note, even though the site is organized by Lindsey Sproul, this fundraiser is how you buy supplies for ALL UPCOMING 4th GRADERS.
*Also note that you can help this project get funded quicker by clicking that you want to donate 0% to DonorsChoose instead of 15%. (Part of the full donation amount already goes to DonorsChoose, so there is no need for 15% of your $$ to go to them specifically!) Just hit the ‘edit’ button next to where it says “Includes optional 15% donation to support DonorsChoose.”
Have a great summer. We look forward to getting off to a smooth start in September!
The Fourth Grade Team
Meet the 4th-Grade Team
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Stacy began teaching in 2002 in New York City. She grew up in South Carolina with parents of Brooklyn pedigree. When she graduated from the University of South Carolina, she moved to NYC. After a year of working in the fashion industry (in publicity, not fashion) she went and received her Masters at Teachers College, Columbia University. She student taught at PS 321 and taught at PS 94 in Sunset Park. She has been at PS 261 since 2007.
Nadya Robinson (not her real name) is a retired international spy code-named Yellow Number 2. Her team thwarted such evil masterminds as the Russian principal spy ring known as operation LEARN. She teaches 4th grade and lives in an undisclosed location. While occasionally indulging in international intrigue, she focuses on molding young minds and preparing students for 5th grade.
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Rita Perez, Colleen Torres
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Jillian Carvalho, Rebecca Austern
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Lindsey loves being a part of the wonderful PS 261 community. She received her Master’s in Childhood Education from Hunter College, and previously taught at PS 139 in Brooklyn. Lindsey is also a theater educator and directs for Piper Theatre Productions’ summer youth workshops. Prior to teaching, she worked as a writer and editor. As a teacher, Lindsey is passionate about helping children expand their critical thinking skills and explore issues of equity and social action. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband, twin daughters, and two lazy tabby cats. [email protected]