Term 4, 2022
I greet you all in the name of Jesus Christ. We are grateful for another great term full of God’s grace. Here are some of the highlights of this term that I would like to share with you. Thank you for your continued support and partnership as we work towards transforming lives through the love of Christ.
Head Teacher Korogocho Grogan
Total Enrolled: 656 students
Total Unsponsored: 233 students
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Hope Transforms: A Success Story
Jack* joined our center when he was in kindergarten in 2018. At that time his mother was a single mom and couldn’t afford to pay school fees to take him to school. During the recruitment process, our social workers found him walking around and decided to follow up. This is when they met his mother and decided to recruit Jack to be a student at our Korogocho Grogan Center.
Jack is now 12 years old and in grade 4. A little while ago Jack’s behavior began to change. He started to skip school and would refuse to do his homework. His teachers became concerned and asked his social worker to find out what was going on at home.
Once they did they came to find out that Jack’s mother had remarried. Her new husband had children of his own and so Jack became a part of a blended family. This adjustment was hard on Jack and caused him to lash out. Jack’s self-worth and esteem became low and he no longer wanted to come to school.
Jack’s social worker decided to talk to Jack’s parents about paying attention to Jack as he adjusts to a new home and new brothers and sisters. Jack’s parents listened and a positive change began to show.
Jack has started to attend school regularly and participates in class. His relationship with his father has also improved. We thank God for Jack and for his family.
*Name was changed.
- We are proud of our students who have continued to improve academically. We congratulate all the hard-working students and teachers for showing excellence in their work.
- A medical camp was conducted at our Center. It helped us identify health conditions that would have otherwise gone unnoticed.
- Let us pray for peace to prevail in the community we serve. We pray for the safety of our students, their parents, and our staff members.
- We thank God for a peaceful examination period for grades 8 and grade 6.
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