Tag Archives: school

The Graduate

When the school year began in September, there were three boys in my class. However, after a couple of days, another boy joined us in grade five. He was a floater, didn’t really have a class, had been marked as … Continue reading

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GuyaNEWS: The June Guyanese Newsletter

Here we are, my friends, at the end of month #10. Ten months down and one to go. As I write this, I have just over four weeks before my experience in Guyana concludes. As time has passed these last few … Continue reading

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Worm Tablets & Exams

The term has quickly come to an end and Bosco Academy is now in the final few days of examinations before Easter break commences. This means that all of the work we’ve done over the course of the last three … Continue reading

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My Classroom

I can’t say I ever thought I would have my own classroom, but now that I have one, I like the idea of taking charge of a class. All of the classes I failed to enjoy in high school and … Continue reading

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“Thieves”

Upon returning to work on Monday, I was able to pull myself out of the funk I had found myself in and set out to have a positive day. There’s something to refocusing your energy while you sleep so you … Continue reading

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“Welcome Back to Prison, I Mean School” -DJ on the Radio

The first day of school was today. School started at 8:30, so I left my house at 7:30 and caught two buses out to the orphanage. I’m happy to say that I knew where I was the entire time, transferred … Continue reading

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Eighth Graders

Now that school has been out for two weeks (where does the time go?), I thought I’d take just a few minutes to reflect on the transition that was made in my way of thinking about the eighth graders between … Continue reading

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