Joshua P. Kollie a high school graduate hails from the village of Feetuah. He is the assistant to the Town Chief and is often chosen by the community in supervisory positions. He is a leader in the village and a long time son of Missionary Hattie Carlis. Joshua is excited about his new position as Office Manager of Silvanus International Ministries. We consider him an asset committed to bringing God glory in all he does. Welcome Joshua.
Last week we were able to buy two system units and one monitor to add to the two keyboards and one monitor and two mouse we had on hand. We now have two complete computers for the student and staff use. One computer will be used in the literacy class freeing up my laptop for administration and the other machine will be used by the new office Manager to assist me in the very many tasks needing attending to.
This event is open to grades 4-8.
Pray for this effort. Our purpose for the Math-A-Thon is to serve as a catalyst for higher academic achievement in math and science. In addition:
1. that the students learn to value mathematics.
2. that they become confident to do mathematics
3. that they learn to communicate mathematically.
4. that they learn to reason mathematically.
Next week the staff will canvas the community to raise awareness among the Wein Town public and private schools.
Prizes to be awarded:
1st Place: Book bag,scientific calculator, math and science book
2nd Place: Geometry set, math and science book.
3rd Place: Math and Science book.
Our literacy students are beginning to wind down for the academic year. The morning class (Book 1) will take finals the first week of June. The afternoon class (Book 2) will take finals the end of June. The tests consist of reading, writing, spelling and math. The morning class math problems will be adding and subtracting borrow and carry, and multiplication and division up to 5 times table. The afternoon class math problems consist of multiplication two numbers by 1 number with carry and division up to 11 times table.
Work on the Feetuah campus continues. The contractors are now working on the interiors of the buildings.
This is a picture of my normal means of transportation out of the village of Feetuah.
Pray for us.