Annex In Use

Our two-classroom annex for whose construction funds were raised last year was put in use last year, and the parents, the kids and the community appreciate its construction.

K-5 students with their teacher (Annie) in their new classroom in the annex

K-5 students with their teacher (Annie) in their new classroom in the annex

The kids started using the classes of the annex last year when the school year began. Although the annex didn’t have doors and paint, the building had been zincked, the windows fixed, the walls plastered, and the floor done. So there was no major pitfall to prevent us from using the annex.

A K-4 student doing mathematics on the blackboard

A K-4 student doing mathematics on the blackboard

The only things remaining are the painting of the building, the installing of the doors and the fixing of the ceilings. As we indicated in our previous article about the stealing of the kitchen roof, we have not placed installed doors on the annex for fear that they could be stolen.

Franklin (teacher) teaching in one of the classrooms

Franklin (teacher) teaching in one of the classrooms

The kids currently using the classrooms of the annex are those of K-4 and K-5.

Teacher and students interacting in the K-4 classroom in the annex

Teacher and students interacting in the K-4 classroom in the annex

Again, we are thankful to all those who helped us make the starting and completion of this annex a reality. We also wish to, on behalf of the kids and the Parent-Teacher Association, extend special thanks and appreciation to Mike Nilsson and Marijke Silander (two siblings of the late Tauno Silander} for the extra humanitarian effort they applied in the process.

The two doors of the annex, with students in the classes in the background

The two doors of the annex, with students in the classes in the background

The two-room annex seen behind kids during devotion

The two-room annex seen behind kids during devotion

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