A second class from the Universal American School, 3rd graders with their teacher Ms. Regina. A true journey on how to overcome situations while staying on track. The class was not allowed access to local creeks in the city and therefore used the Gulf to conduct the project. Exercises in science, art, and poetry were included. Each child had a square piece of cloth, in the end they stitched them all together and sent it as one panel for the curtain.
Excerpt from the first adventure:
“Our kids did dip white fabric in the last week! The problem is . . . as you can sometimes have on adventures in other countries! . . . nobody would allow us access to the creek . . . as it seems in this country . . . accessible creek water is allocated to family areas and areas for men only!!!!! Can you believe that?!!! On one trip (and we made several that I and teachers scouted out first) the man standing in front of statues of casper and woody woodpecker . . . told us the entrance was not for children! “
SECOND CLASS SESSION
Universal American School, 3rd graders with their teacher Ms. Regina. A true jouney on how to overcome situations while staying on track.