Lets Be Ready

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Project Report | Jan 8, 2024
Unity is strength

By Margarita Bejarano | Teacher

Pamanzana Community, 4 children go to first grade
Pamanzana Community, 4 children go to first grade

Hello everyone...

We are very happy to greet you, we hope you and your family are well.

"Achievements are not the product of chance, but of constant work".

And without a doubt, this has been the case; thanks to the efforts of our teachers and parents. We have managed to finish another year and get more children to leave well prepared for the first grade of elementary school.

Thanks to all the hard work during the 2023 school year, we were able to serve 253 children in our different communities. The children who entered at the age of 4 have already received very good stimulation; we have developed their skills and awakened their critical thinking. With the 5-year-olds, we are able to advance further and reach a level of education that is appropriate to each child's abilities. And with the 6-year-olds, we strive to prepare them as well as possible for the first grade of elementary school: developing skills in reading, writing, logical thinking, visual arts and problem solving.

That is why we are proud to inform you that 53 children out of the 253 we had last year, will move on to first grade this new cycle 2024. Most of them know how to count, add, subtract, solve math problems, do fractions, read and write. Obviously, each one of them according to their developed skills and abilities. We feel very happy and satisfied because we know that they are sufficiently prepared to face this new stage of primary education.

There is no doubt that these results have been achieved thanks to the support of our dear sponsors; thanks to the unconditional love that our founder Fred Zambroski has for the children of our country; and thanks to the hard work of our teachers and parents in each community in which we work.

The truth is that we can't thank you enough for all your support to our project, God bless each one of you and your families! Thank you for your contribution once again and we hope to obtain more positive results during this new school year 2024...

Group in Pacoxpon, San Martin; with their teacher
Group in Pacoxpon, San Martin; with their teacher
Group in Pacoxpon, San Martin; with their teacher
Group in Pacoxpon, San Martin; with their teacher
Julisa from the community of "Los Izotes"
Julisa from the community of "Los Izotes"
Candelaria, also from the community of Los Izotes
Candelaria, also from the community of Los Izotes
Lidia, who is also moving to the first grade
Lidia, who is also moving to the first grade
Gustavo, passes with honors to first grade
Gustavo, passes with honors to first grade
Leah and Andy from Alotenango (from right to left)
Leah and Andy from Alotenango (from right to left)
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Lets Be Ready

Location: Longmont, CO - USA
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Project Leader:
Fred Zambroski
Longmont , Colorado United States

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