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June 15, 2016 Jim Wilhite

Today was the first day of “Beginning Of Term II Assessment Testing.”  I was with the Primary one and Primary two classes at Busoga Primary School.  The school’s methodology of teaching and testing is excellent in they give each student the opportunity to answer every question before moving on.  The class takes and completes the […]

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June 13, 2016 Jim Wilhite

Today I joined Ruth with the P2 class.  I read the kiddos a story of “Scooby-Doo New Friends At The Zoo”  and they all drew a picture from the story. The class reviewed class work from Friday beginning with counting and writing numbers 401-500.  After review they began saying and writing the numbers 501-600. After […]

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June 8, 2016 Jim Wilhite

It is now the third day of the second term here at Busoga Junior School.  The first two days O’Chen the Head Master and Ruth a teacher have been registering new students at school and I have been taking updated and new photos of the children.  We have five new traditional students and six new deaf students. […]

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June 4, 2016 Jim Wilhite

Today Paul, Yasin and I went to the Koi Koi House to see the kiddos and to get our high school kids back to school in Kampala.  School starts Monday after their first term break.  We all had lunch together, passed out their needed supplies to get them started for the next term and had […]

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TGCA Updates!

Update #1: The large Giving Circle Farm: The corn is growing!!!! Its A-Maize-zing! Update #2: With school out of session for a break, the team just concluded the second sign language and staff empowerment program. School is about to start again and Moses reports of a new little deaf student, her name is Peace, though Moses reports she […]

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May 31 Jim Wilhite

Today this last day of May was a busy one.  My day began with taking the sponsorship photos of four of our deaf students at Busoga Junior School.  Fred was there to help me with their names and birthdays.  We still need sponsors for our deaf students at Busoga Junior School.  I would ask you […]

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