It is said that times flies when you’re having fun. Well, I must be having a grand time as I cannot believe that it is April already and our students are preparing for mid-semester exams. As I’ve shared earlier, our students have such a diversified day with many subjects and extra-curricular activities squeezed in between class sessions. Since the weather has become more spring-like, students are planting seeds in their study of plants. During a mid-morning break, fourth graders provide a musical interlude for their peers. It was a standing-room-only crowd with some students seeking a higherpoint in which to view the pianist and drummer. Being the photographer, it is often difficult to share pictures of myself in action with my students; however, on this particular morning, I was able to get one of my co-teachers to catch me in action as I worked with second graders on phonics and learning a new song using my grandson, Caleb’s, new Teddy Bear. Of course, I mailed it to him as soon as we finished learning our newest song, Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear. The children had a grand time putting action to the song, following Teddy Bear’s lead. Our classmate reads the song to us as we listen. Recently the students of Siang-He were invited across the street to the Taiwan National College of Physical Education to attend a Chiayi County Track and Field event. High schools from all over the county sent athletes to participate and we got to see a bit of the opening ceremony. The following are pictures of various high school bands performing in their respective uniforms. Many had wonderful stories of their heritage to tell through their music and performance.