Loigero school received laptop and multi function printer.
Students from the Paul Kane visited the school and were welcomed warmly. There was also a follow up from the Teacher Training.
Teacher Trainers visited the School to help train the teachers and staff.
Here are pictures of the current progress. They have built most of the outerwalls and currently digging the toilet drainage.
November 11, 2011
A group arrived to conduct an inspection and evaluation of the school. Also, a group from Halifax helped the locals determine what was wrong with the water system.
Solar lighting and running water was installed for the staff
housing. Water tank and tower was built and generator was purchased to pump
water to the tower. The garden will also benefit from irrigation.
We gratefully acknowledge the support of Sally Muir on this project.
Peter and Kathy Lacey with area Chief at the opening.
Peter and Kathy speaking at the opening of the four unit staff housing and Food Storage that they gifted to Loigero.
Clean water for the first time; Chairman of ABW Ron Sydenham encouraging teachers
Loigero furniture project to put proper desks for students and teachers
Three more classrooms was built by Peter and Kathy Lacey
Solar lighting was set up by Carlton University students, launched text book program and repaired water system
Teacher training program, Water System, and refurbished first school built by parents (blue building).
Also launched a program to increase textbook to student ratio.
Classrooms were completed and the grand opening was held. Classroom furniture was supplied in each new classroom. Dan Jackson and Jacob (head teacher), at the grand opening.
The first three new classrooms under construction.