Kids from Ambergris Caye Elementary School came to Holy Cross School make a donation to the feeding program.
While at the school the kids were enthusiastic about looking around, they wanted to see classes from their grade - Standard 3 and they were interested to see the computer lab and new library as well.
The kids were very impressed by the computer lab and the new library. They enjoyed looking at the books. In addition to a large selection of kids books, the library has a small section for the parents, literary classics, and educational materials for visiting professionals such as Dentists and Doctors.
A group from St. John's Episcopal Church in Lynch Burg, VA. worked hard to make recycled craft decorations. They used boxes that books came in and some used books that were donated which were in too rough shape to make it in the shelves to make art sculpture in the library.
A big thanks goes out to several folks have made large donations of books including ... Polly Richards, Texas and Tom Bell, Virginia. Also the folks from All Saints in Fort Worth, TX and Pi Beta Phi Sorority.
To learn more about the kids donation to Holy Cross feeding program please check out tacogirlblog.
The kids were happy to celebrate Garifuna day at the school. They got to go to Boca Del Rio park and watch the landing, after they headed back to the school to enjoy some drumming dancing and learn more about Garifuna culture.
Pictures of Janet, John and My mom at school bringing some donations. Also pictures of Garifuna settlement day landing at Boca Del Rio park with Dita, Bill, Chunky, Ruth, LoansumAk and crew.
Below is most current wish list for Holy Cross Anglican School. All donations past present and future are greatly appreciated.
Tennis shoes - adult sizes 2, 3, 4, 5
Red ball point pens
Permanent markers - wide tip, black, red, blue, green
Laminating sheets - heat activated
Clear tape - wide
Clear contact paper
Stickers Little prizes for motivation and rewards
Labels: Wish List
Miss Colette delighted the younger kids at Holy Cross today with her Humane Education Class.
The kids leaned to say "Stop it Please!" when someone is doing something they do not like.
The kids loved interacting with the dog puppet and stuffed dog while learning about being kind to animals. Colette got them talking about how they know when dogs and cats are not happy by the sounds the animal is making - when to leave animals alone.
They also learned how to properly greet grown ups one on one and how to ask someone if it is ok to pet their dog.
Tomorrow Miss Colette will be back again to teach the older kids about making positive choices in life.
Holy Cross appreciates everyone who takes time out to volunteer there and the kids just love meeting new people and learning from them.