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Posted on November 8, 2022 8:47 am
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zaSuNu
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What would be the best way to deal with a kid that is dealing with equity issues?
So like if you have a kid that is in a poorer family or needs some extra assistance with supplies for school or just things of that nature how would you suggest going about something like that?
 
     
     
 
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Posted November 11, 2022 6:03 am

HasuXa
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I don't think its anything you need to "go about". Most of the time other parents will send in supplies as a donation that you can use, and ask your school to get him or her in the snack pack program .
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Posted November 11, 2022 9:27 pm

Adrianna Gill
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I am currently a substitute, I know my district offers resources to students who are in need. I would check with your district to see what resources can be offered to students in need.
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eDezaN
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Yes a lot of districts have programs like this to help out
  Posted on: November 21, 2022 8:23 am

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Solution 3
Posted November 24, 2022 1:45 am

eRuder
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I would reach out to your school's social worker if one is present. They will be able to help get the student neccessary resources or send you in the right direction.
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