St. Louis High school students are enjoying the iPad classes that are being offered to them. Students are using iPads to supplement math, English and biology. Teacher Patrick Juste commented on the biology program, saying, “This program helps the students better explore the organism, virtually and in reality.”
St. Louis High School students are enjoying the educational benefits of Tek4Kids computer classes, which were added in 2012. In a survey completed in 2015, a large majority of students and teachers believed that the skills taught in the computer classes would make it easier for students to find careers in the future. Computer classes … Continue reading Computer Classes Improve Education at St. Louis High School
Water purification systems were installed in 2012 at St. Louis High School. Since then student health has improved. 90% of teachers reported that the students can concentrate better. Attendance has also increased at the school because of the purified water; students are missing less school due to water-borne diseases and illnesses.
St. Therese Montessori school was the first school that Tek4Kids partnered with in 2011. Providing electricity to the school was a critical part of helping the school become a better learning environment for the students. Prior to the partnership with Tek4Kids, St. Therese did not have electricity, had almost no books for students and no … Continue reading Electricity is a Necessity at St. Therese Montessori School
St. Therese Montessori School was the first school Tek4Kids partnered with to provide clean water in 2011. The purified water serves more than 345 students from preschool through fifth grade. Tek4Kids has provided two treatment tanks and two distribution tanks for the school, as well as providing access to clean water in the kitchen and … Continue reading Clean Water Is Available at St. Therese Montessori School
By providing young students at St. Therese Montessori School with the latest technology, it helps them to become familiar with software, typing, and English much sooner, giving them a clear path in education as they grow. These students will become familiar with modern computer software before reaching high school, giving them a head start.
During our last trip in October, we met with Fr. Tony and Madame Clovita, the principal of St. Therese Montessori School. They expressed their thankfulness to Tek4Kids, and we want to pass this on to you, our volunteers and donors!
Tek4Kids recently sent a team to Haiti for fifteen days to work on our latest projects at St. Louis High School in Jeremie. In addition to the computer education program that we are offering at St. Louis High School, we also wanted to help the school and its students by providing electric power and clean … Continue reading Big Steps Made on the Last Trip to St. Louis High School
During our trips in October and November 2012, we arrived one step closer to our dream of helping the youth in Jeremie to have a better future. Two computer classrooms with more than 50 laptops are now operational at St. Louis High School! All 400+ students are learning to type with our three teachers: Nancy, … Continue reading Computer Classes at St. Louis High School
Tek4Kids started building the pump house and the cistern for the water purification system in November of 2011. We employed the same design as the water purification system installed at St. Therese Montessori School by means of a chlorine generator that uses ordinary salt and electrolysis powered by a 12 volt battery. We also installed … Continue reading Construction at Brother Paulin School
Tek4Kids began building the pump house and the roof to the existing cistern with the help of our local construction crew in 2010. Piping was routed from the cistern into the pump house and through the water purification system. This system filters and chlorinates the impure water by means of a chlorine generator using ordinary … Continue reading The Water Purification System at St. Therese Montessori
Tek4Kids has many projects in the pipeline to help improve the situation of Brother Paulin School. Our future projects are based on getting volunteers and donations to help the school. That includes a kitchen and a cafeteria, where the women currently cook with firewood. The smoke created by burning these chunks of wood endangers the … Continue reading Upcoming Projects at Brother Paulin School