WK 15 Reflections January 21 Saturday, January 26th at 10 am the children and their families celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation. Expect a little apprehension from the children; however, that’s normal when encountering a new experience. It’s reassuring to them to know of our love and support during this time. The sacrament is one of many […]
I am a life-long learning; by profession, I am a special education teacher. I teach with passion and the belief that within each student is the "inner teacher" guiding them to find the answers to life's most important questions. With that said, I seek creative ways to help my students discover their inner teacher. I find myself involved in a lot of projects and programs. Other interests include: writing and reflecting on my teaching practice, hosting guests at my BnB, DIY home projects, gardening, composting, aquaponics, reading, and spending time with family and friends. My life values are guided by the Gospel of Jesus and the Franciscan Charism. I am an Associate of the Franciscan Sisters of the Sacred Heart which at the heart is showing compassion and doing works of neighborly love.
Happy New Year! May 2013 be filled with God’s many graces! This Sunday, January 6, we celebrate the feast of the Epiphany. God’s love and mercy transcends borders, transforms boundaries; the aha moment that turns one’s thinking upside down. May this New Year be filled with aha moments […]
Each SCORE lesson requires trusting the Spirit of God to stir the hearts of our children; this past Sunday it happened, where metaphor and imagination ignited a transformative conversation. Theme: Linking the “Inns” of our hearts with Conscience Formation At this age, children are very concrete in their thinking, […]
We began class with the review: building on the foundation of the Greatest Commandment, to Love God with all of your heart, and to love your neighbor as yourself. One week passed since we met, and when asked, the children had difficulty remembering the Greatest Commandment. One strategy […]