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Mary DiSanto-Rose, dance Maria, 23, Class of ’12


MOM: “Maria and I remember Melinda, her preschool teacher, joining the ‘creative dance’ classes I taught the children. She took a marvelous leap and tumbled, but she was graceful and a good sport!” MARIA: “I loved learning to make bread and taking it home for my family. (Except I think my mom and I ate it on the way home.)” MOM: “I think the hardest part of the teachers’ jobs is helping the children learn to share and listen. They were always very consistent so the kids knew what was expected of them, and they had creative ways to refocus the children on more produc- tive behavior—say, sitting down with them and encouraging them to work on a project. “Both Maria and her brother Matt had such a good


time that when they started school they enjoyed it and did very well.” MARIA: “At Greenberg, I learned by exploring. And now I love travel (Central America, Africa, Europe, Asia), because you’re constantly learning by doing, just like a child. You have a million questions, you say things you didn’t know enough not to say, you get lost and find something even more exciting. Travel teaches you how to say yes again and dare to be the best version of yourself in the moment.”


FALL 2012 SCOPE 7


MARK MC CARTY


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