Blog posts tagged in Boston
By Alessia Hughes, Instructor in Training
The definition of a good sailor and a bad sailor are quite clear to practically anyone. A good sailor can sail fast even if the wind is not strong. A bad sailor gets stuck trying to maneuver in heavy winds. A good sailor is strong, bold, and able to succeed in any situation thrown at them. A bad sailor is the opposite.
Or so it is told to us as we grow up learning
By Kayla McLaughlin, SwimSailScience and Summer Learning Project Head Sailing Instructor
“Teachers of young children do one of the best things that there is to do in life: bring joy and beauty, mystery and mischievous delight into the hearts of little people in their years of greatest curiosity” -Jonathan Kozol
For the past three years I have had the pleasure of working with children from the Boston Public Schools, through the SLP and SSS programs. In that time, I have seen