LKM collaborators, bonjou! It is always with joy in our hearts that we share some of the activities we have done over the past month.
Since the beginning of May we have been planning lots of things in order to present the best MAY 18th FLAG DAY CELEBRATION ever. All the teachers engaged in beautifying the campus and organizing class presentations. The whole school community paraded up and down the street and then entered the large circle to start our program. In years past several schools would organize parades, but this year we were the only school in these mountains celebrating, so we had many, many guests. Some were singing enthusiastically. All classes were involved, providing theater, songs, and poems.
The elementary students have become more interested in the library. The librarian feels it is because they are enjoying the illustrated fables. The students are even more motivated to write Mother Tongue Books because they are so happy hear that people are interested in reading their work.
The BOOKSTORE has a roof! Construction is almost finished.
We are in our 5th month of Michel DeGraff’s pilot on using computer math games in Creole with our 4th grade class. Teachers have been working with Cuisenaire rods so Michel brought us Cuisenaire rod computer games.
Chris Low in behalf of the MCLC staff.