United Nations

I gave a challenging but fair exam to my grade 9s this morning. They are a great bunch of kids. The student council president, Joe, calls our school the United Nations. In grade 9 alone I have students representing Guatemala, El Salvador, Panama, Trinidad, Haiti, Ghana, United States, Iraq, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Korea, Sri Lanka, Egypt, St. Vincent, England, and of course Qu├ębec. In grade 10 and 11, I have students from Vietnam, Hungary, Russia, Palestine, Barbados, China, Zimbabwe, Rwanda, Kenya, Somalia, Iran, Lebanon, Romania, Italy and Philippines (thanks Aatam).

I was asked to help out with the elementary sports day this afternoon. The kids are so loud, not unlike the high school kids I suppose. Amber has pains from it all, and a sunburn.

I picked up my ice cream maker, so another life goal accomplishment is just around the corner, and some terrific tastes! I am a little dismayed at my discovery that ice cream is riddled with raw egg. So is Amber, dismayed, not riddled with raw egg.


  1. hi mr. robichaud its one of your students aatam p. from last year’s grade10 class in greaves academy.. anywayss
    i just wanted you to know everything is going well here ps u forgot to mention my country the philipines =P anywayss talk to you layter cyaa…

  2. Aatam, I thought putting you at the center of the photo would be enough! But you are right, The Philippines should be added to the list.

    Send me an e-mail, I would love to hear from you.
    Mr. Robichaud

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