Term three of the 2018 school year began in September. 797 students sat for term two exams and eagerly await the results. Classrooms have been decorated with posters, provided by Schools For Refugees generous supporters, that are great educational aids. The PTA is planning to repair the school property fence,It has started to plan for a replacement building for primary one and primary two which also will serve as an examination center. These projects will be funded with contributions from parents, scheduled at $10 per student per term.
Charlie and Susan have booked their flights for the end of October, and eagerly await their visit to the school. For this trip they will bring six computers, curtesy of Norway Savings Bank, reading books for the upper grades, toys, athletic equipment and first aid kits.
Charlie will meet with the School Management Committee and hear a presentation from the electrical engineer about providing electricity to the classrooms and offices.