Keverly (the first RHFH teacher from 2009) has been back this month visiting and helping us in many ways here at RHFH. We are looking forward to seeing more of her with us this year! The girls having fun during afternoon play time. Carla. Such a handful, but so cute.
Native Haitians were pre-Columbian Amerindians called Taíno, “the good people.” The Taíno named their land “Ayiti,” meaning “Land of Mountains”—a term that evolved into “Haiti.” Christopher Columbus initially called the island La Isla Espanola, meaning “The Spanish Isle” when he landed there in 1492. Over time, the name became Hispaniola