Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Memorable March

 My students spend two hours each day learning their native language (Khmer).
Nakru Panha (above) and Lokru Savda (below) are the teachers for these classes.

My girls playing with the hula hoops at recess.

The picture above is one of the reasons this post is labeled "Memorable March".  They are thoroughly enjoying a pizza party they earned after everyone in the class finally made a 100 on their Spelling test.  
My class goes to Logos (my school's sister school) once a week for a formal P.E. class.
My students finished up learning about the planets by creating these masterpieces. 

It is so hard for me to believe the school year is coming to an end.  There are only 28 days of school left this year!  As I reflect on this year, I am thrilled to see the progress my students have made.  It has been an absolute joy and privilege to teach students who are so eager to learn and grow.  I am thankful God has given me this opportunity, and I give Him all the glory for all the obstacles that have been overcome and accomplishments that have been made in my class.  I am proud of my students and eager to see how He is going to use each one of them.     

1 comment:

  1. I love the planets project you had them work on, great idea!