I woke up early this morning, too early if you ask me, but I had to substitute for my mom again today. Today was the second time this month, but it's the least I can do, I mean she did give birth to me. So I was still only half awake when we got to … Continue reading Thank God it’s Friday!
Once school started this semester I started tutoring again, just like I had been doing during the last weeks of school in December. This is no easy job; I really don't know how teachers do it but I like helping kids, making a difference in their lives and being a positive role model. I hadn't … Continue reading Unstoppable Tutor
I studied in catholic school, from Pre-k to 12th grade. I went to church, got my first communion, and confirmation in catholic school. It's been eight years since I graduated high school and I may not go to church a lot but I remember what I was taught and I try live my life by … Continue reading Justice for Catholic school teachers
My high school vice principal has been all over Facebook today, from various posts on the school's page, posts from teachers and students filled with pride. Last night José Manuel Leavitt had the honor of presenting his former student, doctor Ana Maria Polo, with the price Estrella tu Mundo (Your World Star) at the awards … Continue reading Proud Mr. Leavitt
Today I want to talk about my mother. What can I say about mami? Well, she is the daughter of abuela, so she is one strong woman. She did everything she could to raise my brother and me, to be independent, successful, and to be good people. She did everything, from always having dinner on … Continue reading Mami
Otro fondo de pensiones que se agota ¿De verdad? En vez de ayudar a la crisis económica, como buenos Cristianos, los maestros de escuelas católicas se quedan sin pensión. ¿En qué gastaron ese dinero que le habían prometido a estos maestros que yo veo todos los días fajados para darte una buena educación para los … Continue reading ¿Dónde está Robin Hood?