Monday, February 11, 2019

My Daughter's Class Thanksgiving Feast 2018

February is almost halfway and I am just now  uploading and trying to post some of the school activities that my kids had last year, I am a slow poke I tell you ha ha.  Anyway, my daughter's class had their Thanksgiving party sometime in September.  It is one of the many activities that the homeroom Mom have lined up for the whole school year for these lucky group of children.
The higher grades normally don't have parties anymore but I am glad that the Principal and their homeroom teacher allowed them to have parties.  Big credit to the homeroom Mom for making this happen, because of their  great effort and dedication, our children have the best experiences  with their last year in elementary school.   
 I am one of the lucky Moms who witnessed and watch some of these children grow up together, it's a privilege and an blessing.  Being good friends with the other  Moms allowed me to participate and  see most of their  events in school. 
 Thanks to the Arnold family for making this party a success.  Spending their  free time to make this event a success is very admirable, I really admire them for that.  They don't really have to do this but they really exert their best effort to make sure that our children has the most memorable moments with their last year at St. Joseph.
 These girls have been friends since kindergarten so it would be hard to see them part their separate ways  in high school.
 Mr. and Mrs. Arnold rocks, best team dou in throwing a successful party.
 Thanks to them, our children had the most fun and best experience in celebrating Thanksgiving with their friends in School.
Saint Joseph School might not be the best when it comes to academics but I have to admit but they do provide the best camaraderie  among each students.  The school helps molding each students not just with their mental development but also spiritually and  emotionally. 
 Our ever energetic, loving, and full of fun ideas homeroom Mom, Mrs. Arnold.  Thank you very much Rose for always  being there for our children and for making their experiences great and  memorable. 

 The school does not  receive government funding so we do a lot of fundraising to help finance  the things that  the school needs to provide good learning  education for the kids. 
 I believe that a good foundation for  children in school is for them to have the best   experience early years.  It can be traumatizing  for kids if they experience discrimination or bullying in their elementary days.  I am glad that my kids  have not experience any issues that they can not handle.  Teachers  really do care for each kids that goes at St. Joe's and that is something I am most appreciative of.  I think the kids behave well because they do have a really good experience interacting and learning with one another.
I hope that as my daughter starts a new chapter of her life in high school  next school year, that she will have a good experience just like she have at St. Joseph.  We will continue to send her to catholic school and support her 100%.  It would be expensive but that's the sacrifice we are willing to make to provide for a good learning environment for our children.

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