The pandemic has changed just about everything with the way students learn. And it has little ones processing their emotions a little differently.
At Perea Preschool in Memphis, Tennessee, lesson plans come with a heaping portion of nutrition.
As the Klondike neighborhood in North Memphis is facing several educational challenges, Perea Preschool is working to create a foundation of learning for students and their parents.
The sound of joy; cheers and claps from Perea Preschool students. So what has the students so excited? The children have been using Mother Earth in the past for playtime as their playground.
“There are two unique things about Perea. Okay. And, one of those things is the parent involvement and the parent engagement,” principal Alicia Norman said.
Childhood trauma such as abuse, neighborhood violence or the death of a parent has been found to lead to dire health and social problems later in life. How can communities intervene to spare future generations the same pain and illness?