Pa za pa
Sunday, February 21 was International Mother Language Day. If you are a native English speaker, this day may not mean much to you. For Dominicans living in the Dominican Republic, this also may not mean much to them. However, for our students who were either born in the Dominican Republic to Haitian parents or haveContinue reading “Happy International Mother Language Day!”
We all know that 2020 brought situations and events that we did not expect. Everyone had to adapt in some way to staying at home more, changing plans, virtual school, wearing a mask, etc. For non-profits, The Council of Nonprofits provides this list of links from each U.S. state with information about how the pandemic is affectingContinue reading “Recap of 2020”
This year we started something new in order to let students work at their own pace in math. Obviously they missed some practice the last school year, and some perform at lower levels than their grade level regardless. We evaluated each student at the beginning of the year and assigned them a math workbook withContinue reading “Moving Forward with Math”
Follow this blog
We’ll notify you via e-mail whenever we post new content.