Help local teachers stock their classrooms with school supplies

Teachers are the unsung heroes of our community. We want to show our support for local teachers by highlighting school supplies wishlists for educators across San Antonio

School supplies

Help a teacher out by donating needed school supplies.

Photo by Laura Rivera.

With the 2023-2024 school year right around the corner, teachers are stocking their classrooms with supplies to make sure students have the tools they need for success. Oftentimes, teachers use their personal finances to make it happen.

We want to show our support by helping local teachers clear their school supply wishlists. We asked our subscribers in last week’s newsletter to send us teachers wishlists. Feeling generous? Check out these teacher wishlists for the upcoming school year:

Ivonne Calva | Fox Technical High School

  • Teaches 9th and 11th grade

Priscilla Smith | Aloe Elementary School

  • Teaches kindergarten

Brenda Carrillo | Westwood Terrace Elementary

  • Teaches elementary math

Jennifer Peña | Evelyn Scarborough Elementary School

  • Teaches 4th grade

Bianca Lagunes | David Lee Tex Hill Middle School

  • Teaches art

Sarah Zimmerman | Young Women’s Leadership Academy Primary

  • Teaches 5th grade

Allegra Cabrera | Woodlawn Academy

  • Teaches 7th and 8th grade

Yvette Escobedo | Kingsborough Middle School

  • Teaches 8th grade

Marissa Lagunes | Eisenhower Middle School

  • Teaches 7th and 8th grade visual arts

Want more ways to support local teachers? Visit your school district’s website for supply lists and check out these donation organizations below.
Write Start Project | The project has donation stations around the Alamo City. This year it’s supporting Judson ISD and Somerset ISD.

SupplyATeacher | This service provides educators with two boxes filled with a semester’s worth of essential school supplies.

Stuff the Bus School Supply Drive | This donation-based school supply drive provides needed materials to students in 160 schools around San Antonio.