Tisha: The Story of a Young Teacher in the Alaska Wilderness - Chapter 25 Summary & Analysis

Bobby Specht
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Chapter 25 Summary and Analysis

Anne changed the way she treated Chuck and Ethel and focused more on their happiness and less on their behavior. Soon it was spring and the snows were gone. Anne began taking the students on field trips, something they all loved.

Nancy returned for her territorial exam at the end of Mary. She was planning to attend high school in Fairbanks. There was a pageant for the end of the school year and everyone looks at what the children had accomplished in the past year. There would be a dance that night.

The school would be closing since there would not be enough enrollment to keep it open. Angela planned to use the building for a roadhouse.

Anne is sad at the dance even though Fred is there. She knows she and the kids will be leaving in a few days...

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