Apply to Join

QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA

by Fundacion Madre Maria Luisa Casar
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
QUALITY EDUCATION FOR DEPRIVED KIDS IN VENEZUELA
Aug 8, 2017

Graduacion! Karen relata su experiencia /Graduation! Karen's journey at the Jenaro Aguirre School

Karen with graduation diploma and medal, July 2017
Karen with graduation diploma and medal, July 2017

Versión en español / Spanish version 

Karen tiene 12 años, se graduó el mes pasado en el Colegio Jenaro Aguirre Elorriaga y nos cuenta, con su puño y letra, su experiencia de 9 años en la escuela y de lo que sueña para su futuro. (ver fotos)

A continuación te mostramos la transcripción de su escrito, en el que nos muestra la huella que ha dejado en ella  "el Jenaro”. (“Jenaro” es como Karen se refiere al Colegio Jenaro Aguirre Elorriaga)  

 

Petare, 02 de Julio del 2017

Mi experiencia en el  Jenaro 

 Hola, cuéntanos de ti ¿Quién eres?

Hola, soy Karen Alejandra, estudio en el Jenaro desde el primer grupo de preescolar y actualmente estoy cursando sexto grado.

 ¿Qué significa el Jenaro para ti?

El Jenaro para mi significa alegría, nuevas oportunidades y no existen palabras para expresar todo lo que significa para mi. Es un gran colegio que voy a extrañar mucho.

 ¿Cómo te ves en el futuro?

Como una niña estudiosa para cumplir su sueño de ser empresaria y apoyar a mi escuela en el futuro. (Ver foto)

 ¿Vas a continuar tus estudios?

Si, voy a estudiar el bachillerato en el liceo Diego Losada. ( Becada por la Fundación Madre Maria Luisa Casar, la misma que apoya al Colegio Jenaro Aguirre)

 ¿Estás emocionada por la graduación?

¡Sí estoy muy emocionada!

 ¿Participaste en alguna actividad extra-curricular?

Sí, fui a la actividad del Ávila* (*Centro de Artes Integradas del Colegio El Ávila): danza, arte, teatro, cuatro, canto. Participé desde el primer grupo en la coral de la escuela* (Pequeños Cantores de la Schola Cantorum de Venezuela - Núcleo Jenaro Aguirre) y también en algunas obras de teatro como Alicia en el País de las Maravillas interpretando a la Reina Blanca. (Ver fotos)

 ¿Qué vas a extrañar del Jenaro?

Voy a extrañar todo: mis amigos, los profesores, esa alegría que surgía en todos los momentos especiales, las decoraciones, el ambiente diferente en cada mes y muchas cosas más…

 ¿Qué te gustó del Jenaro?

Me gusta mucho como decoran el colegio, que cada mes lo decoran distinto, por ejemplo: en el mes de mayo lo decoran del día de las madres, por ser el mes de la Virgen. En cambio en junio lo decoran del día del padre y de Pedro Legaria.

¿Piensas que el Jenaro es importante?  ¿Por qué?

Sí, porque me ayudó mucho con mi educación, alimentación y salud. Hay otros colegios donde no dan el almuerzo y en el Jenaro si. Cuando me siento mal sé que hay médicos que me van a ayudar y me van a curar.

También porque allí te ayudan a seguir adelante, te enseñan que sí se puede, que con un granito de arena se puede llegar lejos tomando el ejemplo de la Madre María Luisa.

 

English version / Versión en inglés

Karen, 12, graduated from the Jenaro Aguirre School last month. She tells us, in her own words all about her nine-year journey at the School and her dreams for the future.

The following is a transcript of her hand written letter, which shows us the profound impact that the education of the “Jenaro” has had on her - “Jenaro” is how Karen refers to the Jenaro Aguirre Elorriaga School (Pictures of the hand written letter below).

 

Petare, July 2, 2017.

 My journey at the Jenaro 

Hello, tell us about yourself, who are you?

Hi, my name is Karen Alejandra, I attend the Jenaro Aguirre School since pre-school and I’m currently in the sixth grade.

What does Jenaro Aguirre mean to you?

The Jenaro Aguirre School means joy, new opportunities. There are no words to describe what the Jenaro Aguirre means to me. It is a wonderful school that I will miss dearly.

How do you see yourself in the future?

I see myself as a studious girl who will accomplish her dreams of being a businesswoman and helping the school in the future.

Will you continue your studies?

Yes, I will attend the Diego Losada School. (*granted by Madre Maria Luisa Casar Foundation, the same one that support the Jenaro Aguirre School)

Are you excited about your graduation?

Yes, I am very excited!

Did you participate in any extra-curricular activities?

Yes, I did dance, art, theatre, cuatro (a Venezuelan string instrument) and singing at the Avila (*Centro de Artes Integradas del Colegio El Ávila). I was a part of the school chorus group (Pequeños Cantores de la Schola Cantorum de Venezuela - Núcleo Jenaro Aguirre) since pre-school and I was in a few plays such as Alice in Wonderland where I played the White Queen. (See picture below)

What will you miss about Jenaro Aguirre?

I will miss everything: my friends, the teachers, that joy we felt in special occasions, the different environment and decorations each month, and a lot more.

What did you like about Jenaro Aguirre?

I like how they decorate the school, they change it each month. For example: In the month of May it was decorated for Mother’s Day and it was also the month of Virgin Mary. June on the other hand was decorated for Father’s Day and Father Pedro Legaria.

  Do you think Jenaro Aguirre is important? Why?

Yes, it helped me very much with my education, nutrition and healthcare. Other schools don’t offer lunch and the Jenaro Aguirre does. When I feel sick I know that the doctors will take care of me. The school also helps you get ahead. It teaches us that everything is possible, that a grain of sand goes a long way with the example of Madre María Luisa.

Karen: school project- waste material - age: 7yr.
Karen: school project- waste material - age: 7yr.
Page 1: Handwritten experience by Karen
Page 1: Handwritten experience by Karen
Page 2: Handwritten experience by Karen
Page 2: Handwritten experience by Karen
Page 3: Handwritten experience by Karen
Page 3: Handwritten experience by Karen
Karen
Karen's life project: becoming an entrepreneur
Karen: flower costume - school theater - age: 5yr.
Karen: flower costume - school theater - age: 5yr.
Karen with her mom and sister - graduation day
Karen with her mom and sister - graduation day
Karen: The White Queen- play: Alice in Wonderland
Karen: The White Queen- play: Alice in Wonderland
Karen with other students in the classroom
Karen with other students in the classroom
6th grade students - graduation day
6th grade students - graduation day
Comments:

About Project Reports

Project Reports on GlobalGiving are posted directly to globalgiving.org by Project Leaders as they are completed, generally every 3-4 months. To protect the integrity of these documents, GlobalGiving does not alter them; therefore you may find some language or formatting issues.

If you donate to this project or have donated to this project, you will get an e-mail when this project posts a report. You can also subscribe for reports via e-mail without donating.

Get Reports via Email

We'll only email you new reports and updates about this project.

Organization Information

Fundacion Madre Maria Luisa Casar

Location: Caracas - Venezuela
Website:
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @jenaro_aguirre
Project Leader:
Maria Luisa Casar
Caracas, Venezuela

Funded Project!

Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.
   

Still want to help?

Support another project run by Fundacion Madre Maria Luisa Casar that needs your help, such as:

Find a Project

Learn more about GlobalGiving

Teenage Science Students
Vetting +
Due Diligence

Snorkeler
Our
Impact

Woman Holding a Gift Card
Give
Gift Cards

Young Girl with a Bicycle
GlobalGiving
Guarantee

Sign up for the GlobalGiving Newsletter

WARNING: Javascript is currently disabled or is not available in your browser. GlobalGiving makes extensive use of Javascript and will not function properly with Javascript disabled. Please enable Javascript and refresh this page.