Today we visited Mr. El Moncef's wife's school - Ghandi High School in a small town called Sale.
The school is on the top of a mountain across from Rabat.
Mrs. El Moncef teaches English to 10th grade students.
The school yard on a rainy morning.
The students in Morocco seem to love soccer.
Our wonderful guides around the school.
The security dog on watch.
View from the faculty lounge.
Someone must have gotten a late start this morning.
A bulletin board highlighting a school ski trip to Ifrane, Morocco - the Swiss Alps of Morocco,
one of the few places where it snows enough to ski.
One of the school art pieces.
The main gathering area for the students - while they are in class.
A student presentation begins on Moroccan music.
More welcome speeches.
They loved the camera!
During the change of classes and 10 min break.
From a higher view.
Students coming up with ideas for our in class activity.
A few more presentations.
This is a class of 42 students - I couldn't get a picture with all of them in it,
but they are all energetic and ready to answer the question!
A Moroccan class progress report
Each teacher reports on how the class was behaved for each class period.
The class roster.
A student in traditional southern Morocco clothing and headdress.
A presentation about the new Moroccan mall in Casablanca.
The students loved us, a couple even came back during another class period for more pictures.
Dressing up Ms. Welling
The main school gate - so long!
They even waited outside for us to talk to us some more and get a few more pictures.
The view from here was amazing!
A local mosque on the drive back to Rabat.
The view - even through the clouds was beautiful.
A present from the school's principal - a great way to end our school visits.
Moroccans are so hospitable!