Educate Deserving Children in Uganda!

by REACH for Uganda
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Educate Deserving Children in Uganda!
Educate Deserving Children in Uganda!
Educate Deserving Children in Uganda!
Educate Deserving Children in Uganda!
Educate Deserving Children in Uganda!
Educate Deserving Children in Uganda!
Educate Deserving Children in Uganda!
Educate Deserving Children in Uganda!
Educate Deserving Children in Uganda!
Educate Deserving Children in Uganda!
Educate Deserving Children in Uganda!
Educate Deserving Children in Uganda!
Educate Deserving Children in Uganda!
Educate Deserving Children in Uganda!
Educate Deserving Children in Uganda!
Educate Deserving Children in Uganda!
Educate Deserving Children in Uganda!
Educate Deserving Children in Uganda!
Educate Deserving Children in Uganda!
Oct 16, 2017

Our Student Newsletter, Mulembe Magazine

Danielle & Phiona with AJS students
Danielle & Phiona with AJS students

As a school that prides itself on providing the best educational opportunities for its students, we are always looking for new ways to inspire creative learning at Arlington Junior School. That is where our new newsletter, “Mulembe Magazine,” comes in. 

Originally inspired by Head Teacher Sarah, our student-written newsletter has become a way for students to get a taste of journalism and artistic expression.  Every term hosts different events, activities, and visitors. Students are encouraged to report on those happenings to keep our international and local supporters up to date on the latest news at AAH. In the newsletter’s “Creative Corner,” pupils have the chance to create everything from poems to drawings to creative stories.

The former International Coordinator Danielle, along with the librarian, Phiona, created a Newspaper Club to increase participation in working on the newsletter. After recruiting students to join and setting up monthly meetings, the club participants select student editors to edit all content. Student club members also write and edit departments on local news, visitor news, and the creative corner. The hope is that this club will inspire students to think critically of all the events that happen at AJS as well as spark interest in journalism.

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REACH for Uganda

Location: Arlington, VA - USA
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Twitter: @AAHUganda
Project Leader:
Arlington Academy of Hope
Executive Director
Arlington, VA Uganda

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