PLAINFIELD, NJ - Ms. Chamberlain is a media specialist at Plainfield's Hubbard Middle School.  According to her campaign, she says her goal is to provide culturally diverse books for her students.  And now she needs your help.

Her campaign is seeking $854, but needs to be fully funded by December 21. Chamberlain's aim “is to help build a community of readers who understand their voice is important,” and who can connect with characters they read about in books.

Funding will help purchase titles that will "spark conversations and discussion" among her students about real-world issues.

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Consider making a donation to Chamberlain's campaign by December 21.

Project Title: Fill Our Project List Shelves  

Teacher: Ms. Chamberlain

School: Hubbard Middle School, grades 6-8

Project: This project is to provide titles to students who wish to join our book club but may not be able to afford a book or do not have access to get the title.

Using these titles as a way to motivate and encourage the reluctant readers we hope to build a culture of reading for pleasure in our school building. 

MEET & GREET:  Dr. Diana Mitchell, Superintendent of Plainfield Public Schools

Through these texts, we will be able to spark conversations and discussion with our students on real-world issues and help them become more globally aware students.

Project Goal:  $854

Still Needed:  $804

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