Three New Canaan High School students have donated $1,000 toward solar panels for a school that works with vulnerable students. Shea Smith, Megan Rigione and John Renda met with African teacher Evalyn Wakhusama at Saxe Middle School on Thursday, Feb. 7, as part of a project called the Nambale Connection. The project was recognized as one of three Wilburn Fellowship finalists, “based on the projects adherence to the fellowship’s charter,” according to a letter signed by the three students. “The fellowship’s mission is to pick projects that foster an understanding among groups or communities.
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The Nambale Magnet School in Kenya continues to provide residential housing and education for children previously orphaned or vulnerable by the HIV/AIDS crisis
Due to this directive from the President,GoK,MoH, We have followed suite Immediately on the matter and as a school we are on self lockdown. https://web.facebook.com/everlyne.magnet
#Inspired_to_excellence our motto not only in our academic aspirations but different departments, our vision and mission that drives our focal points, from our very own vision bearers words:https://web.facebook.com/everlyne.magnet
Our very own alumni Jackson was among the many students selected to attended the Yale Young African Scholars program (YYAS)at the the Mpesa Academy. #yaleuniversity
Students foster African school connection https://thenambalemagnetschool.sc.ke/?p=1