As I see how my son interacts with me and his family and friends he learns from positive and negative experiences, especially those learned through his peers, at home these are essential values, and at school he must choose correctly in order to succeed. We all face these developmental challenges, it's our choices that matter.
I feel this way because there is always room for improvement in our schools especially when a lot programs are being withdrawn or replaced, like outdoor play or movement all together, even personal opinion, it should be collaborative, when it comes to an overall achievement and happiness, for a well rounded educational experience.
My son was being seen by Ms. Cheryl Hurst, she is a social worker at the MMCC at the school clinic at P.S. 95. I feel much gratitude for all the help she offered my son Jeremy, she was patient and kind and she truly believed in Jeremy's ability in the classroom. Her influence was positive, glad she's there, making a difference in kids lives and the teachers, grateful that Jeremy can continue his journey in academics and socially, knowing there are people by his side like her in his path, Thanks for everything Cheryl Hurst, staff, and teachers whom have such grace.
Forever grateful, Ana A. Liriano and Francisco Morales, Jeremy's parents.