It’s the first time I’ve ever been given a real-life kindergarten graduation to look at, so I’m sure this photo has a lot to do with that.
The school in question is called Hometown, which is the hometown of my parents.
But the staff and teachers here are from a different school.
They work from home and are more family-oriented.
I was born in the city of Kinshasa, and I don’t know if I would have gone to school here if I was older.
But it’s been fun learning how different the school is and what it means to live in this country.
The principal told me about a kindergarten teacher named “K” who has the most amazing job.
She’s a kindergarten principal and is very busy with everything she does.
She makes sure that the students are happy and get along well, so that everyone has a good time.
But when she’s not busy with that, she spends time teaching English classes to kids from a village in Africa.
This is the first day of kindergarten and I’m looking forward to learning all the basics.
The teacher was kind enough to give me a small set of pictures from the curriculum.
They were photos of the girls in kindergarten, so they had to be really young, but I got a good idea of what the curriculum was about.
They showed me a picture of a girl wearing a kilt, and another of her sitting in a chair.
I’m curious to know what that is, so when the teacher showed me the photos, I was pretty happy to learn it.
I’m not sure what they’re teaching kids about the curriculum, but we have a teacher named Tsoo who is teaching reading and writing skills.
I like that, because he teaches the kids about how to use grammar and writing and how to remember.
I know the teacher at Hometown doesn’t really want to know how I learned to read, but he does know about the books I’m reading, so he lets me read and listen to them and then shows me what I should do to improve my writing.
He also tells me that the next time I get the chance, I should read more about what I want to learn.
He’s not a very helpful teacher, but it was fun learning about the world, and hopefully I’ll be able to learn a lot from him.