The Fuerte Bunch!
Here’s a story of a lovely lady.
Who was bringing up 9 very lovely girls.
All of them had hearts of gold, like their principal,
the youngest one in purple.
Here’s a story, of man named Mr. Yee.
Who was busy with12 boys of his own.
They were 13 men living all together,
Yet they were all alone.
Till one day when the lady asked this fellow to teach 2 and 3 grade
And they knew it was much more than a hunch,
That this group must somehow form a class.
That’s the way we all became the Fuerte bunch.
The Fuerte Bunch, the Fuerte Bunch.
That’s the way they became the Fuerte bunch!
Remote learning has been challenging for the first two weeks. We have adopted a new way of learning and have never looked back.
Our Zoom classes have no more than 5 students per class so that we can provide emotional support, accurate assessments, and to reinforce our students' behaviors. We have provided a study hall for reviews on the day’s lesson and a one-on-one Zoom chat with the teacher.
We have divided the class into 3 smaller groups, for a more intimate relationship with the child. We feel this may provide your child with fewer distractions. In doing so, we can provide you with the highest academic education we are accustomed to here at Alma Fuerte Public School.
I tip my hat off to the parents of our students for their love and dedication to our school. I speak for my colleagues when I say that we appreciate your support and we love your children, and without you, this would not be possible. Thank you! We will continue to provide you the best of Alma Fuerte.
We are all, the Fuerte Bunch!
Mr. Roger Yee
2-3rd Grade Teacher