Fun Day Friday in the COntainers
As I traveled this week with Audrey, one of Family Legacy's Deputy Superintendents of Schools, I have loved observing the great things teachers and students are doing and getting a better understanding of the challenges they face. Please remember to pray for our teachers and students as they finish out this school year in the next few weeks. Also pray for us in the education office as we make preparations for the new school year that begins in January.
LCA Student Highlights
Grade 1 student
He said math is his favorite subject where he learns "1,2,3,4,5,6." He said that his teacher explains things well and he can understand her. He told us that his mother has gone to heaven and his father died so he lives with his grandparents and many relatives. Before he was sponsored and started school he would spend his days just playing. He said he likes to come to school at the LCA because when he grows up he wants to have a business. He wants to build blocks because he thinks that will be a good construction business. He also explained that if he comes to school he can learn to count money. :)
Grade 2 student
She said she started school in the village but moved here. Now she is able to attend school. Her favorite part of school is learning about loving others. When asked about how her life has changed since coming to the LCA she said at home she would just go around and around but now she comes to school and concentrates.
Grade 5 student
When we went to one of the schools this story and thank you to Family Legacy written by one of the students was on display in the foyer. So that you know, K20,000 is about $4. There are 3 terms of school each year.