A Teaching Team from Connecticut
February 18, 2016
Another Year of Fun Frenzy
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Susan, Beth, Kate, Barbara, Michelle

Last week we had a Team of Teachers visit our Club for a week. There primary goal was to make a contribution to the Early Childhood Development Schools in our district of which we have an interest in the form of the Injongo Project. Please see other posts for more information on this. Here we get to see the more social part of working together. The Club Members you see in the pictures were part of the home hosting element of this visit which turned out to be good fun all round.

Susan, Beth, Kate, Barbara, Michelle

Susan, Beth, Kate, Barbara, Michelle

Susan, Michelle, Barbara, Kate, Beth

Susan, Michelle, Barbara, Kate, Beth

Barbara, Michelle, Susan, Kate, Beth

Barbara, Michelle, Susan, Kate, Beth

George Michelle, Nancy (not in picture)

George Michelle, Nancy (not in picture)

Henry, Susan

Henry, Susan

Ken, Shona, Beth

Ken, Shona, Beth

Barbara, Ian, Barbara (not in picture)

Barbara, Ian, Barbara (not in picture)

Malcolm, Caroline, Kate

Malcolm, Caroline, Kate

Ian Robertson
Ian Robertson
My son James came before me and intoduced me to Rotary. In normal life I work as an Electrical Engineer. Married, 4 children, 2 grand children.

1 Comment

  1. Chris du Plessis says:

    Well done to all those involved. These exchanges work remarkably well and I ‘m sure that our local teachers benefit from the exposure to methods and thinking from other places.