We have successfully ended the 2011/2012 academic school year and the next academic school starts August 22, 2012 this was released by the Ministry of Education. The last school year we had 52 students graduated. We sent 52 students for the West Africa Examination and 38 students made a successful past which represented 73% of the total population and this shows that the institution is making a head way. The past school year computer education was introduced to the kids and there were lot of progress made to improvement the school standard. The kids at the Carolyn A. Miller School also had the opportunity to interact with schools in the UK as Pen Pals. We are so grateful to all of our supporters, donors and friends who are making all of the sacrifices with their resources to support this project and playing a major role in the reconstruction of Liberia.
Thank you every so much, this is a job well done and finally the school year has come to a closed. The 2011/2012 school year closed on 605 students and we couldn’t have done this by our own effort but your donations enhance this process. Thank so much for supporting the returnee refugee kids and the vulnerable kids of Liberia.
We also had the k-2 kids’ graduation and that was so wonderful and commendable that could encourage any child to run to the class. Thank you very much for bringing there for these kids if it has not been for you, there couldn’t has been a Carolyn A. Miller School to help these kids. Your kindness, love and support are creating a better future for the kids of Liberia. In this light, we want to say thank you and we appreciate all of the support. We will highly appreciate your suggestion and total involvement to this project since you are a major partner.
In remembrance of all the gifts we have received last academic school year, on behalf of our students, staff and the entire institution, we want to say thank you for your involvement by supporting this cause and this organization. Thank you for investing in the future of needy and the vulnerable kids of Liberia and Africa. We also received wonderful gifts and donations from other friends and interested people like donations of cash toward purchasing of textbooks and we proud of them as well. In all, we want to say many thanks to the entire Globalgiving team for all their help and support they are giving us by advertising our project and organizing all of our donations.
These kids are enjoying free and quality education because of your tireless efforts. Without your support there can be no free school for the kids. We have set a goal to help support these kids in their struggle for their education and a brighter future and with all of the promises we have made, it is rested on your supports and donations. We therefore need your help! You are very special because you are making a difference. Without you, this project could not exist; therefore you are so exceptional to the future of these kids and to all of us. We are also asking each of you could if you could commit to recurring donation this 2012/2013 school year, which will be highly appreciated.
As much as the financial aspect of this project is very important to us; we also take into consideration your ideas, your participation as well as your total involvement. Please feel free to contact us with your ideas, questions and feel as major a player of this noble project so that you can know how your resources have really been managed. We also need you for decision making since you are a shareholder in this project. The survival of this project is 100% dependent on you. Without your donation we will have no means to run a free school for these kids.
Our rent for 2011/2012 school year expire on October 31, 2012 and we will need to pay another $2700.00 as a rent for the next academic year we are therefore asking you again to kindly help us have this settle. If we are able to settle this by September 1, 2012 we will not be allow to run school in this building. We were able to purchased two acres of land for the school relocation since renting is very much costly. We received this donation was made by a very special donor and we are anticipating to start the development of this project as soon as we begins to receive support from our friends, supporters and donors toward that.
Thank you so much for supporting us and your commitment to this project to the Liberian kids. We highly appreciate all of kindness and the love you continue to show. We want to say thank you, and you are good team players, as you keep us in your loving heart. We want to hear from your views and ideas as we build a team and a network with VAAFD and Carolyn A. Miller School in helping the poor kids of Liberia.