We have had a joyful fall semester, and as this year draws to a close we want to take the time to reflect on all of the great things we've experienced. We've upgraded our garden space, installed a new stove for the primary class, increased our curriculum through donations and through purchases made possible by fundraisers. We've enjoyed a student-produced play, we've dissected crickets and explored root systems. Our students saw giant bicycle butterflies and passing hot air balloons, they've dined with us for our Thanksgiving luncheon and sang with us in our holiday program. We've toured the Historic Fort in Fort Davis, we've celebrated Dias de los Muertos on Murphy Street. We've learned new words in new languages, and the elementary school has explored our neighborhood as it changed during the fall season during their weekly walks. We watch, we listen, we absorb, we question and we grow.
We have big plans for the coming year, and we'll get it all done with a lot of help from our friends.