It’s no secret that Baltimore’s students have had to weather the spectrum of extreme temperatures in their classrooms. We’ve all seen the photos of kindergarteners sitting in their coats and mittens at their morning circle. The reverse is true when school is back in session at the end of summer, when schools’ internal temperatures have been measured at over 100 degrees. The Baltimore Teachers Union knows that educators’ working conditions are students’ learning conditions. If we want our students to do their very best, to tackle and master rigorous content, to imagine creative solutions to the complex problems of our world, we need to provide them with an environment where they can focus on the task at hand, rather than the sweat beading on their foreheads.
Current Drop Off Locations For New Fans:
|Baltimore Teachers Union Headquarters||5800 Metro Drive,
Baltimore, MD 21215
|The Algebra Project||235 Holliday Street,
Baltimore, MD 21202
Thank you for your support with all of the donated new fans!!
Are you a teacher in BCPSS and need a fan for your overheated classroom? Have your school Building Rep fill out THIS FORM