Each teacher has different needs depending on their class and what their school provides, so we asked each teach what they could use. A collection box is set up in the Gathering Room for donations. We have quite at Grace who minister in the field of education; a list is at the end.

Collection boxes are set up for:

Nathan Jones

70 sheet spiral notebooks
Command Hooks
Bibles (economy but durable) (trying to acquire 33)
Dry Erase markers (fun colors)
Stack-able letter trays
HP 15.6” Laptop, AMD A6-9220 * (to contribute toward this see Dwight Ball)

Adrianne Bradley

Black sharpies
Two black, grey, or dark blue tablecloths (rectangular)
Tissue paper decorations (yellow, pink, teal)
Christmas lights
Command hooks (small & medium)
Composition notebooks (college ruled)
Indoor plants
Spanish children's books
Graphic novels for The Odyssey, Les Misérables, or Romeo & Juliet
Decorative fabric (1-3 yards) in yellow, light pink, teal or grey. 
Gently used, comfortable seating (office chair, small sofa, stool, etc.)
Gift card to a copy&print store or to teacherspayteachers.com

Amanda Martin

Glue sticks 
Candy for class treats 
3’ wide 3-shelf bookshelf

Pray for these teachers throughout the school year…


Amanda Martin teaches third grade at Whitaker Elementary School.

Adrianne Bradley teaches 10th and 12th grade English and Spanish at Salem Baptist Christian School.

Nathan Jones teaches 9th and 10th grade Old Testament, New Testament, History and Apologetics at Salem Baptist Christian School.

Leonard McDonald teaches 6th 7th and 8th grade at Clemmons Middle School Science and Social Studies Special Ed.


David Hollar, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Health Administration at Pfeiffer University.

Nathan Faulkner, PhD, teaches mathematics at Forsyth Country Day School.

Wendy Barajas is the principle at Forsyth Academy

Max Floyd teaches Leadership 201 and 301 (10th grade and 11th grade) and 7th and 10th grade Bible at Calvary Baptist Christian School.