How To Post Comments

We welcome comments from friends, family, and community members from near and far.  Follow these steps to let us know what you think of our class blog or to join in on the discussion!

Step One:  Click on the section at the bottom of the post that says “comments” in small lettering.

Step TwoScroll to the bottom of the page (after any previous comments that have been posted) and type your commentary. Use your cursor to copy your commentary before you hit submit to keep any of your writing from being lost.  We also like to proofread our commentaries to make sure they are free of any grammatical, spelling, or capitalization errors.

Step Three: To post your commentary, go to the drop down menu labeled “Comment as”and select “Name/Url.”  Enter your first name (Leave the URL section blank. Please do not provide your last name for confidentiality purposes).
Step Four:  Click “Post Comment."  You will not see your commentary posted immediately, as it is in the process of being approved by Tr. Lacey.  Check back in 24 hours to make sure you posted to the blog successfully!

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  1. Hi, my name is Liz Crowder. I work for SMITH Magazine, home of the Six-Word Memoir, and we regularly feature classrooms that utilize Six-Word Memoirs in their lesson plans. Here's an example of what the feature might look like:
    I'm interested in featuring your class for our latest newsletter. If you are interested you can reach me anytime at Thanks so much for your time, and great Six-Word Memoirs!

  2. LolaCola, I have no idea if you'll get this because you know I'm technologically challenged! (Pitiful aren't I). Wow, you're really there. And ANS is awesome. For goodness sake, they have a Subway in their school! I want to go to school there! Looks like you're already having fun. Hey are they speaking in English and you answering in Spanish?? Bet it's confusion trying to remember what language to speak! Love you lots

  3. Hello Kris; Did you get an opportunity to talk to any students from Nicaragua? From the pictures on your blog look like you are having a ball. We found a home for Snowball and her six kittens. It was bittersweet to let her go but our mailman fell in love with her. So she's in Pennsauken New Jersey with a loving family with plenty of room to run and play. Can't wait until you get home and tell me all about you trip.

  4. Hello Tilly,
    It appears you are having more fun than expected. Stay in the moment and enjoy the journey. Keep the pictures coming!
    Love YA!
    Aunt Linda and Uncle Lance

  5. Hey macho this is your tio from philly how u doing buddy

  6. Hi Lola....I hope you get this blog...this is the first time I'm trying this ,....your dad told me how to do this...I'm soooo happy you are having a GREAT adventure and hope you continue to have fun learning about the lives of children in other cultures...I'm proud of you and can't wait to see you in person to talk about this trip. I did notice that you guys enjoy eating different foods..what is your favorite? I bet it is plain, since you're not an adventurous eater haha luv u xoxo

  7. Lola.....Sorry, I did not sign my name on the bottom of my message but the last message was from me...oops luv u xo

  8. OLA Macho! Wow! This looks like such fun. This is up there with "One in a million" experiences. Enjoy it all. Looking forward to the pictures. Sheryl

  9. Hi, Dejah! It looks as though you and your classmates are having a great time in Nicaragua. We can’t wait to hear all about your adventure after you return home. We are so proud of you and we miss you so very much. Enjoy the rest of your time in Central America! Love, Uncle John & Aunt Regina