As the bell rings seventh graders troop into English Language Arts Teacher Gertrude Shaffer’s distant learning class to find answers to the hard questions our world faces today. Each year this class embarks on a new journey based on the eight Millennium Development...
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Rebecca Abitimo Odongkara was a young woman, a refugee from Uganda, living in the United States with her family during the reign of terror of Ugandan dictator Idi Amin. Read the full story.
Gunfire and military threats absorbed Ayuen Ajok through out his childhood in South Sudan. South Seneca School English teacher Gertrude Shaffer invited Ajok to bring home the impact of world events to middle school students. Read the full story.
The members of Eisenhower’s class of 1978 were, in many ways, as much trailblazers as the members of the College’s Charter Class. Among our numbers was Gertrude Buiting from Hopewell, New Jersey. Read the whole story.