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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”
Each summer since 2011, we run a summer immersion English camp, usually for six weeks. This year, that isn’t possible due to covid-19. Therefore, we have been bussing 10 kids each day to our volunteer house and “educational farm” in Muñoz. First, the campers have a lesson with horses at our neighbor’s house. He teachesContinue reading “Summer Farm Field Trips”
The United States and other parts of the world have erupted into protests over the issue of racism. The completely unjust killings of Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd caught on tape and the actions taken by authorities (and lack there of) in the aftermath of these murders have brought the topic of racism to theContinue reading “A Touch on Racism”
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