Morley Haiti Connection

Haiti decorations
haiti wall art with gradient
Haiti Decorations
hallway decorations
Character traits

In 2017, a team of teachers from Morley School traveled to Haiti. The team consisted of Mike Aparo, Kim Ashworth, Sarah Chasse, Mari Beth Hixson, and Jennifer LaForte. The purpose of their trip was to conduct a school visit in Haiti, to learn more about its program and needs, and establish a collaborative learning environment that benefits students in both countries.

The following year, a second group of teachers, consisting of Peg Flower, Jenny Dorl, Jennifer Hall, and Leeann Kluskiewicz, returned to Haiti. The focus of their trip was to deepen a sister-school relationship in Deschapelles, Haiti, while researching the educational and cultural aspects of the community to create inclusive instruction that honors the wide range of human perspectives present in classrooms in both countries.

Classroom in Haiti
Walking across a stream in Haiti
Haitian art
Haitian landscape
Haitian landscape
Classroom in Haiti
Two teachers in Haiti
Haitian artwork
Classroom in Haiti
New construction in Haiti
Wooden airplanes
Temperature in Haiti
Haitian playground
Craft project
Uno game
Thank you cards
Eric Carle project
Learning new vocabulary words
Testing out wooden planes
Crosby School
A building in Haiti
Working with students
Student work
Making a map
Student work
Map of Haiti
Haitian flag
Teachers traveling to Haiti
Morley teachers in Haiti
Teachers and students
Our sister school
Local people
Microscope
Microscopes
Haitian students
Having fun
Haitian ruins

Morley Teachers Travel to Haiti