Monday, May 05, 2008

First Peru School Project

Jack Wolff School Update
The Jack Wolff School was built in the Village of the Dolphins in 2004. This was our first major building project in Peru. I stopped to see the repairs we made during the past year. We installed electric lights, new doors, new desks and a fresh coat of paint for an overall cost of about $10,000. The school has continued to grow each year. Last November there were 15 teachers and 500 students. In April there are now 22 teachers and 700 students. The government has now recognized the Jack Wolff School as an important part of their community. They are helping fund and organize more improvements for the school. We should be proud this school is being well managed and maintained by the local people and teachers.


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