Teacher buying sensory tables with Cedar Valley Tools for Schools award money

Another teacher wins $1,000 for this month’s Cedar Valley Tools for Schools award money. 

Cassandra Weber is an elementary teacher at an Amish school in Hazelton. 

She says for a lot of her students, English is not their first language.

She wants to use the award money to buy a sensory table that will help students with speech. 

The Cedar Valley Tools for Schools program is a partnership between KWWL, the University of Iowa Community Credit Union, and Kimball and Beecher.

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