Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony.” – Ghandhi
It was August of 2016 in a new school year, and in Middle School we had many new students beginning their first days of school. One particular eighth grader was working his way from class to class around campus, and his comfort level was low. This is not uncommon for students at a new school, but his journey to Heritage was a unique one. Born in Ghana, he moved to South Florida at the age of 12, and then moved to Newnan in the fall of 2016. His Heritage parents, Kimball and Karen Peed, welcomed him with open arms, but one can only imagine what this young man, who had already gone through so many transitions, must have been thinking and feeling during those first few days at Heritage.