Ramadan has begun. It’s a time, I’ve learned, that my students cherish for the ritual of Iftar, the meal with family and friends after sunset to break the fast. They also seem to enjoy Ramadan as a time of reflection. Students tell me they can earn “points” for good deeds and thoughts. The fasting, though, can be disruptive to learning because families tend to stay up late and wake up shortly before sunrise to eat before the fast begins with sunrise. To accommodate the traditions, our school created a special schedule. During the Holy Month of Ramadan students have four classes from 9 AM to 1:30 PM. How might we normalize that schedule? It’s pretty good. I like it.