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Re: shadows and evil, or sunlight and goodness



Judi your school sounds like it has successfully imported the Reggio
philosophy to the US. We need to replicate the concept.
America Learns!
Sandra
-----Original Message-----
From: Judi Hirsch <judih@OUSD.K12.CA.US>
To: ARN-L@LISTS.CUA.EDU <ARN-L@LISTS.CUA.EDU>
Date: Tuesday, January 02, 2001 1:51 PM
Subject: shadows and evil, or sunlight and goodness


>For the past 15 years I worked at a small alternative K-12 PUBLIC school
>that drew students from our entire city. It was started about 30 years ago
>as a K-3 by a few dedicated people--a principal and some teachers. Over the
>years, the parents have kept it alive and made it into our district's best
>K-12 school. It only serves 280 students and would NEVER be able to do all
>it does without the constant help and support of as many parents as can be
>there. They help in the classrooms, with band aids, field trips--especially
>walking trips with the very young ones, read one-on-one with those who need
>help, write grants, help on the yard, offer a shoulder to cry on or an ear
>to listen, answer phones in the office, etc. I really don;t think we could
>have done it without them.
>Judi
>
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