The blessings of being a frontline worker, as a Catholic school teacher
For Catholic Schools Week, principals, teachers and parents wrote reflections about what it means to serve students and families during this time of pandemic. This essay is by Shelly Ward, a first grade teacher at Father Andrew White, S.J. School in Leonardtown, Maryland.
I am beyond blessed. By the grace of God (and with coffee in hand), I am able to stand at the door to my classroom each morning and greet my students as they enter our classroom.
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