Slates and chalk to computers. One school room with all grades to one school with many rooms, each with a single grade. The twentieth century was one hundred years of change in education. What was it like to be a teacher amidst all of that? Millie Morton relates the story of Grace. Grace Morton knew at an early age that she wanted to be a teacher. That was a somewhat daunting goal for a girl, raised on a farm in an era when higher education for females wasn’t always valued. Grace … a woman of humour, strength and determination … a woman of innovation and a thirst for learning … a woman who had life-long and far-reaching influence on the people in her world. Grace was a teacher, yes, but she was also a tireless volunteer, a dedicated wife and mother and a good friend to many. Her dignity and zest for life is remembered by all who knew her.