World Teacher’s Day

Did you know that October 5th is World Teacher’s Day? Every year, in Cameroon, a new fabric is created (in 2 different color choices) for the teachers to wear on October 5th. Fabric was very hard to find this year, so we weren’t able to have matching outfits. Instead we wore our different fabrics –Continue reading “World Teacher’s Day”

WaCkY wEeK- March 2-6

In honor of Dr. Seuss’ birthday on March 2, The Greenhouse celebrated Wacky Week. Everyday we chose a Dr. Seuss book to go along with a theme. Day 1 – Pajama Day“Sleep Book” Day 2: Terrific Hat Tuesday“Cat in the Hat” Day 3 – Wacky Wednesday“Wacky Wednesday” Day 4 – Who Are You Today?“Horton HearsContinue reading “WaCkY wEeK- March 2-6”

International Teacher’s Day

October 5 is International Teacher’s Day. To celebrate in Cameroon, there is a special fabric made (in two colors). Teachers can choose their fabric color and have an outfit made just for them. So fun to celebrate our First Semester Teachers by matching. It took us a while to all have the outfits made, soContinue reading “International Teacher’s Day”

December 2017 – Swimming & Singing

SWIMMING – As part of the December Joint Learning Session, our students participated in 10-days of swimming lessons at various commercial pools in Yaounde. It is a highlight for our students and they make great progress. SINGING – Students also worked hard to learn the words to songs for our Christmas Program. Many students hadContinue reading “December 2017 – Swimming & Singing”

Our Staff, 2017-18

Every year, the make-up of our staff changes a bit.  Some are in Cameroon long-term, some for a few years and some for just one year.  For however long each person is here, we know that God brought them to work with us for just this time…for just this class and these students.  God isContinue reading “Our Staff, 2017-18”

New Beginnings

  The 2017-18 school year began with almost 3 weeks of a Joint Learning Session.  Home school students and The Greenhouse students learned together about Ancient Rome, writing research papers, science and reviewed their math.  They learned to play basketball better and how to tie knots and how to use them!  It was a fullContinue reading “New Beginnings”