The development department has traveled south to visit some friends who live and work in Grand Goâve.  It is a rare chance for most people in our community. While they are there, they will be visiting several places where they can observe and learn about different areas of expertise in their line of work.

  If you want an adorable picture, just collect the first graders together and tell them they can use their buckets as drums! Today, the school had a work day.  All of the professors and the students came together to collect gravel and to fill the foundation of the new kindergarten building with dirt and…

Yesterday was Dizwit Me (May 18th)–Haitian Flag Day!!  The school held a special assembly, during which presentations were given 0n the history and importance of the creation of the Haitian flag.  Afterwards, they even organized a small parade! They went a short distance on the road, and then came down the airstrip. We never get…

After four years of hard study, Thony has graduated from STEP seminary in Port-au-Prince!  Thony was one of Lemuel’s kids from the early days in Port-au-Prince, after which he came to work for us on the Plateau.  It is a joy to see all that God has done in his life and where he is…

  In this photo, people are getting water from the newly dug well on the Lemuel garden land as it is being pumped out to test the water level.

The big water hole is dry…in fact, this picture was taken two weeks ago. BUT, the well drillers are slated to get started on Monday!!  Please pray with us for abundant, sweet water!

  Samuel, along with Bryon Sparling, took a moment to snap this shot with the guys at Samuel’s Trees about a week ago. Samuel, of course, is the Samuel of Samuel’s Trees.  He started the project a couple years ago. Rolmy, Lucsene, Wesnet, and Brunel are stationed at Samuel’s Trees and are responsible for its…

In this photo, fourth-grader Edjems thinks carefully as he spells out a word in the spelling bee. This year, the school is able to hold their first interscholastic spelling bee!  The spelling bee is a rather recent undertaking on the Plateau–this is only the third one!  Until now, the school has only been able to set…

  Tuesday, February 7, was inauguration day in Haiti.  The new president, Jovenel Moïse, was installed into office. Wanting to engage the students with current events in their country, the school arranged for the older grades to watch part of the inauguration ceremony on the TV at Tes et Fils.

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