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See What’s Happening in Our Own Backyard!
The latest in our backyard improvements: an awesome new Gravel Works area, complete with a covered tarp to provide much needed shade; blossoming garden beds filled with flowers, fresh lemon balm and basil, strawberries, peppers, and tomatoes, and a few other projects in the making. BIG THANKS to Mr. Monty, our honorary Projects Manager and Head of all backyard renovations and improvements. Donations raised from tomorrow night’s Parent’s Night Out will go towards these and many more renovations in the near future; thank you in advance for your generous donations towards the growth of our school!
Stop by the backyard to see the updates for yourself!
“Helping for the Holidays”
“Love is not patronizing and charity isn’t about pity, it is about love. Charity and love are the same — with charity you give love, so don’t just give money but reach out your hand instead.” – Mother Teresa
As we wrap up our last charity of the year, “Helping for the Holidays”, we’re reminded just how important it is to give to those in need. We collected so many gifts to give to our adopted, precious angels from the Salvation Army. Our HBMH families donated clothing, school materials, toys, and a few other necessities, all which will be given to these small children to help make their Christmas holiday special. Thank you to all those who donated and helped make this charity memorable!
For more information on how you can donate to this charity, please visit http://www.salvationarmydfw.org/.
World Food Day, October 16
This month was dubbed “World Hunger Prevention” Month at HBMH, in honor of World Food Day, October 16. All throughout the month, our students have been learning about ways we can prevent world hunger. Among many things, we hosted a canned food drive to collect donations for those in need; our charity chest is overflowing with food! Charity is a key component to the foundation of our school, and something that we celebrate every day. Our children learn a strong sense of community at a very early age, practicing grace and courtesy through each act of charitable kindness. Similar to Dr. Montessori’s beliefs, in order to create a better future and end world hunger, we must start with the children.
Pictured below: our young toddler friends dropping off their donations at the charity chest. Thank you, friends!
What can your family do to prevent world hunger?