Before I left to Argentina, I was able to pull together another pen-pal day for my students and the children’s choir at my church. It was a success and we had a blast!
Thanks to all the parents, Bishop Green, my sister in Christ, Latrina Newton and my supervisor, Miss Lurgen, for all their support.
Mary Mitchell Children taking a bite-break after playing and having the best time of the lives.
Notice how most of them are boys. I only have 2 girls in my class this year.
Last month I took my kids to Fordham University to see what college is really like.
They had so much fun, they all said they couldn’t wait to go to college.
Here we are at the Library right before school let out. We had just finished signing up for the Summer Reading Program.
Daquan is sitting in Charles’ Car.
Every time the children went on a trip and we passed Charles’ car, Daquan would make a comment about it. Daquan confided in me that he have dreams about the car.
One day when we were walking back from the garden, Charles let Daquan and the rest of the children experience what it was like to own a Beetle for 10 minuets.
Charles showed them the trunk, the engine, the gas pump and whatever else they asked to see. However, he never showed them the horn! They decided to look for it themselves. When they got out of the car to leave, Charles showed them where it was under the steering wheel.