No Child Left Behind

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Partnership With Orphanage In Liberia

Two-Year Program

We help to meet the basic needs of primary education for children living in an orphanage. We believe that every child is precious and every life has a purpose. It is our goal to provide homeschooling education to children without access to quality education. Liberia’s orphans deserve the right to build their life with a solid foundation for their educational journey. The 2-year program includes Teacher-to-student ratio, 1:20, nine Teacher Jeanette Kinder Kollege workbooks (math, science, social studies, Bible stories, language arts, reading, writing, spelling, technology, and handwriting) and backpack with school supplies.

Preschool/Kindergarten School Supplies: Backpack, Construction Paper, #2 Pencils, pencil sharpener, Eraser, 5-inch blunt tip scissors, Glue stick, 4 ounces glue, Tape, Crayons, Crayon sharpener, Colored pencils, Watercolor paint, Folders, Tissue, and Antibacterial hand sanitizer.

How to help:
Donate to the cost of School Supplies, Teacher Training & Salary, Workbooks Production, and Shipping.

Sponsor a Child: Help a child grow up educated. The 2-year program includes a backpack with 9 Teacher Jeanette Kinder Kollege Pre-K, Kindergarten, and 1st Grade workbooks & School Supplies. Donate $125.00 per child.

Fundraise: Help raise money for Liberia Literary Society on Facebook by creating a fundraiser.

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Volunteer: From one-time opportunities to ongoing partnerships, become a kindergarten and elementary school teacher to help students learn and apply important concepts.

Kindergarten and elementary school teacher Responsibilities

  • Create lesson plans to teach students subjects, such as reading, science, social studies, and math
  • Teach students how to study and communicate with others
  • Observe students to evaluate their abilities, strengths, and weaknesses
  • Teach lessons planned for students
  • Grade students’ assignments to monitor their progress
  • Communicate student’s progress
  • Work with students individually to help them overcome specific learning challenges
  • Prepare students for standardized tests
  • Develop and enforce schoolroom rules to teach children proper behavior
  • Supervise children outside of the classroom—for example, school trips

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