DescriptionIn this "I remember" memoir, Olive Dougherty, a second-grade teacher from Seabrook School, recalls her past students. She enjoyed teaching at Seabrook because of her exposure to diverse cultures and backgrounds. Seabrook teachers were encouraged to visit students and their families in their homes, as well as to invite students to their houses. This community closeness helped alleviate the fears of students who initially felt lost and isolated in their new, unfamiliar homes. Ms. Dougherty has stayed in contact with many of her former students, some of whom have become teachers themselves. The Seabrook Educational and Cultural Center has been soliciting current and past residents of Seabrook Farms for an "I remember" project. Residents are asked to create narratives regarding their experiences at Seabrook Farms. These memories help preserve the history and multi-cultural heritage of Seabrook Farms.