Morgan Summers


I am extremely excited to be coming to Cairo and to become part of the school community. For the past two years, I have been teaching grade 6 and 7 in my hometown of 100 Mile House, in beautiful British Columbia. I have relished this opportunity being able to teach kids the thing I enjoyed growing up. For example, this winter we made quinzhees an ice shelter used to keep out the wind and for survival if ever stranded in the wilderness. As a teacher, I am always looking for ways to make learning engaging and meaningful. I try to include lots of hands-on projects and inquires where kids can show off their creativity. Although I realize there will be no snow for building ice shelters I am excited to learn about the things my students are interested in and to find ways to engage them and make learning something they enjoy and see the importance in.