For a month, Monday-Thursday I would teach in a summer school/camp in the morning, work at the St. Sabina Employment Resource Center in the afternoon, and then took group seminars in the evening. Friday-Sundays were service-learning days as well as seminars. This was my life for a month all while living with a host family in the community of my neighborhood school. The main take-away from this experience would be that community has such a strong impact on the school as well as the students lives. The community provides so many resources to families, no one is left unsupported. Going into Benito Juarez, I expect to feel the same kind of supportive atmosphere from the community.