#1 Iwacu Kazoza School Students and teachers
PROVISIONAL RESULTS OF IWACU KAZOZA SCHOOL IN THE
NATIONAL EXAMS for the SCHOOL YEAR 2020-21
Banking and Insurance Section: The Success rate is 100% as all 12 students have passed, the first with 78.2% and the last at 58.5%.
IT (Information Technology) Management: The success rate is 85.71%. Out of 21 students, 18 have succeeded and 3 have failed. The top student had 70.7% and the bottom had 44.3%.
The total school success rate (both sections included) is 33 students: The success rate of both sections: [(12+18)*100]: 33= 90.9% and School failure rate: [(0+3)*100]:33=9.09% . Note that appeals begin this Thursday at 7:30 am and the success rates for Iwacu Kazoza School may increase.
We are very grateful to our donors, friends and friends of friends who helped us make this to happen through their donations. Because of you and us together, Iwacu Kazoza School is counted among the best schools in Cibitoke Province. May God continue to bless you in a very special way.
Let us share with you about some of Iwacu Kazoza School’s needs which should be met before the school year 2021-2022 gets started on September 1, 2021.
The followings are our school’s needs:
- Making and painting 21 Blackboards: $967
- Teachers Books & school supplies: $3,600
- Making 186 Student’s desks and chairs and …: $6,000. TO STOP THE SPREAD OF COVID-19 AT IWACU KAZOZA SCHOOL, we need to practice social distancing in schools. That’s why we urgently need those student’s desks above mentioned.
- Some rehabilitation works to be done at our school: $4,625
To make one student's desk costs $35 and the 186 student's desks will be made from eucalyptus wood. Eucalyptus wood lasts longer. To make 186 student’s desks it will take about one month or more. There is only one month remaining before the school opens in September 2021.
To donate, please make your donation by clicking on the following link: https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/providing-education-to-450-youths-in-ruhagarika/
To watch our 4 minutes school video, please click on the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tXKzp0RvEys
With much gratitude and appreciation to each one you,
General Coordinator and Founder