Christmas vacation is almost here!!   But first, State exams…     For State exams, the students are re-arranged and spread out in different classrooms.     Teachers are not permitted to oversee the exam of their own class, but must proctor other classes.  Below, for example, third grade teacher, Billy proctors the…

Read and live through a medical emergency with us on the Plateau, and find out how it became a testimony to the love of God… On Wednesday afternoon, the air was suddenly shattered by loud cries and commotion on the road in front of Lemuel.  One of our first grade students was crossing the road…

These are the teachers, classroom aids, admin members, and other staff who will be pouring themselves into the next generation in our school this year.  You will get to know them better in the days ahead!

The first day of school was September 4th.  We opened with a special prayer service to commit the year to the Lord. We spent time encouraging and praying for the students, the parents, and the school staff. Classes started the next day! Our first ever eighth grade class! Thanks to some kind friends, each child…

People are both what we will leave behind on this earth and what will endure beyond time into eternity. Last year, Lemuel experienced a lot of growth, and God provided for some exciting projects, such as the well and the school construction. This year, the Lord has laid it on our hearts to slow down…

  This year is just flying by!  I can hardly believe the students have only a few more weeks of school.  As construction continues on the school buildings, the kids have been moved to temporary classrooms.  The first, second, third, and fourth graders are in the cafeteria.  Meet them below, and find out what they’ve…

Primary School: The second floor is poured, the walls are up, and one staircase is poured!  Currently, there is a crew working on the next stage for finishing the walls.  (It’s called krepisaj in Creole, but I can never remember the English term.)   Pouring major cement slabs is always quite an event.  Catch a bit…

Last month, Pine Grove Community Church in Wisconsin came to run the last English Camp of the year.  The kids have the time of their lives! They get to color, play games, meet new people, and experience a change-up from their regular routine….and of course, they learn a lot too!  See the proof in the…

Working in a developing country, one constantly confronts never-thought-of, but very important details necessary to the building of a society.  For those of us from a Western context, these are usually things we don’t even think about, because we take them for granted.  After all, we didn’t build our society up to its current point,…

  Look at those faces!  This is one of the outtakes from picture day at the school.  These are the second graders….and what an effervescent, hilarious group they are (as you can see). The start-up tasks of the new work year (Sept-June), coupled with a fickle internet, have made it difficult to put up regular…

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