The Veteran

  by Miguel R. The Hall... It was the middle of the afternoon, and the great hall was full of empty chairs. There was no sound to be heard. You can only hear the soft blowing of the air conditioner. This peaceful moment did not last long. Soon, students began to enter the hall, and … Continue reading The Veteran

Kuya

by Rianna G. A 9-year-old boy opens his eyes and finds the sun’s rays piercing through his open window, indicating that he’d better get up and begin his regular weekend routine. With a yawn, he rises from bed, slides his slippers on his young feet, and (on his shoulders) slings on his most trusted companion: … Continue reading Kuya

Goals

I am applying for the Apple Distinguished Educator program, and I am as nervous as the day I had to defend my college senior thesis or when I had to face off with the driver who rammed into my car (the experience that scared me away from driving). But as my boss said, this is … Continue reading Goals

3-in-1

by Ralph A. Work is hard, very hard. As an adult, it gets worse, and for Mrs. Nereyda Garcia, it’s not simply being an adult. It’s being a mother of three, a teacher of many, a supervisor of many events in Xavier School Nuvali, and a person of her own. To her, however, each of … Continue reading 3-in-1