1,100 students continued to receive a high-quality education. We issued out over 6,000 exercise books and 2,800 pens/pencils to the students to ensure that they continued with their studies without interruptions or stress.
We bought and distributed 73 HOPE-branded backpacks along with 73 solar-powered lanterns to our eighth-graders to enable them to study at night and early mornings to prepare for national exams.
Successfully completed a year-long teacher training and coaching with six teachers.
Student enrichment clubs established: football club, boys and girls volleyball club, track team, debate team, and drama. Final tournaments with award ceremonies were conducted in November 2019
We introduced a new attendance tracking system at Ariang Primary School to better examine attendance patterns and address attendance issues.
We conducted TWO PTA meetings were with Ariang administration, teachers, and students to discuss school-wide issues together.
All students were assigned to a school established house (team) to foster a sense of community and responsibility.
A Health and Hygiene committee was established with representatives from Ariang’s kitchen, administration, and teaching staff in addition to students. The committee developed new policies for promoting better health and hygiene for all at school.