Second Day at La Nicaraguita

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From Hedaya ’17
Tuesday, March 8

Today was our second full day at the school and the first day that I really felt like a part of La Nicaraguita. That was mostly because of the 25th anniversary “competencias” that are being held each day this week as part of the celebration. The whole primary school population moved outside for an hour of field day type events. Each class sat together on the porches of the two school buildings that face each other across the street. The street was closed off for one block so that there was room for the competitions. We sat with our classes to help maintain order and to enjoy the spectacle. Kids screamed and cheered for their classmates, and the classes that weren’t participating at any given time clung to their George School teaching assistants and tried to talk with us over the insane amount of noise.

The teachers…

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