First Day at La Nicaraguita

Yeah Hectic day usually, but i’m sure that will be excited to see there. 🙂 Me

From Lili ’16:

Today was our first day helping out at La Nicaraguita. At 8:00 a.m. Alec’s entire 6th grade class came to the house where we eat breakfast to escort us to the school. We arrived at the school to welcoming cheers and were seated in front of a courtyard area for an assembly. The 5th and 6th graders performed folkloric dances, other grades recited poems, and every grade proudly shouted Nicaraguan chants. The teachers introduced themselves and then we introduced ourselves. The students were as excited to see our faces as we were to see theirs.

Then we were each assigned to the classrooms where we will be working as teaching assistants. I was assigned to the 5 year olds. There is one teacher for 38 students! Hedaya and I helped to keep the students focused on their classwork. They were all so cute and extremely friendly. At snack time we played pato-pato-ganzo (similar to duck-duck-goose) and…

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