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Oltman Middle School - We’ve started our book!

Posted by Steve Hall on November 15

Students have started reading the book, “A Long Walk to Water” this week.  No matter how many times I have read this book, it is just as powerful of a read as the last.  I love reading this with students for the first time, as it truly brings perspective about how lucky we are to […]

Malaha Project Complete!

Posted by Steve Hall on November 8

After the completion of the WASH project, Malaha Primary School in Kenya has access to safe and quality water! The pupils used to carry water from their respective homes to school to be used for drinking and cooking. This project saves the children valuable time and enables them to concentrate on their studies. “The pupils […]

Ebukanga Project Complete!

Posted by Steve Hall on November 8

Ebukanga Secondary School in Kenya now has a new source of safe, clean water thanks to your generous donation. A new rainwater catchment system has been built, and there are now six new latrines being used. Two hand-washing stations have been installed, and students have received training in sanitation and hygiene. Just imagine the difference […]

It Was All About Middle School

Posted by Christy Andacht on November 2

H2O for Life staff – Danielle and Christy – recently attended the Association Middle-Level Educators (AMLE) Conference. We were thrilled with the turn out and always welcome the opportunity to tell our story to teachers. In our conversations, we were able to connect many of our lesson plans to the needs of middle-level educators. A […]

Fall Festival a Success!

Posted by Steve Hall on October 31

During our annual Fall Festival we were able to raise $145 by students paying to tape their teachers to the wall and throw pies in their faces! Throwing pies in the dean’s face was a big hit (pun intended!) and raised the most money overall. This brings our grand total to $964.14. We’re only $109 […]

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