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  • The Sydney Paul School Mission Statement is boldly written on the side of a dormitory just outside the school grounds width:640;;height:428
  • Siifa with classmates and teacher width:321;;height:480
  • Sign welcoming John, David, Bobbi and Julie to Sydney Paul width:319;;height:480
  • Sadat with classmates width:640;;height:428
  • Sydney Paul objectives width:319;;height:480
  • Elias with classmates width:640;;height:428
  • Some of Elias' classmates width:640;;height:428
  • Teaching guidelines width:319;;height:480
  • Sign thanking Julie and Bobbi width:640;;height:425
  • Headmistress Rachel and Edward width:640;;height:425
  • David with Shakira width:640;;height:425
  • Uganda national anthem width:319;;height:480
  • Julie McMurchie, two-time Engeye volunteer from Portland, was touched by the sign for her prepared by students and staff of Sydney Paul width:321;;height:480
  • Julie and Wasswa width:640;;height:425
  • Julie is Wasswa John's sponsor. width:321;;height:480
  • Julie and Wasswa review his notebooks width:640;;height:428
  • Julie and Wasswa (Headmistress Rachel is just behind them) width:640;;height:428
  • Susan with classmates in a breakout group width:640;;height:428
  • Wilber width:321;;height:480
  • Hamuza width:321;;height:480
  • Josephine and Harriet with classmates in a breakout group width:640;;height:428
  • Harriet laughing width:640;;height:428
  • Rachel receiving some school supplies from Bobbi Regan, volunteer from Portland Board of Education width:321;;height:480
  • Rachel with Bobbi Regan width:321;;height:480
  • Wasswa John was surprised when Julie and Headmistress Rachel returned to his class width:640;;height:425
  • Rachel thought it was a good idea to present a few small rewards to Wasswa before his class to recognize his hard work and consistently high grades. Wasswa is top in his class. width:640;;height:425
  • Wasswa receiving rewards from Rachel and Julie width:640;;height:425
  • One of the rewards was a pocket-sized LED flashlight width:640;;height:425
  • Wasswa and Julie width:319;;height:480
  • Rachel shows the class Wasswa's notebook and work width:319;;height:480
  • Wasswa seemed pleased with the recognition and small gifts width:640;;height:425
  • Sydney Paul students width:640;;height:428
  • Bongole Wilber Force is a joker...and a writer/storyteller width:321;;height:480
  • And a follow up, posted later in the week. Also by Wilber. width:321;;height:480
  • The Engeye Scholars were invited to visit with Julie, Bobbi and David after classes in the pavillion. Juice and biscuits were provided. We each took turns standing up to introduce ourselves and tell our age. width:640;;height:428
  • Elias width:640;;height:428
  • Wasswa, Wilber, Shakira and Julie McMurchie, volunteer from Portland and Engeye Scholars sponsor width:640;;height:428
  • Bongole Wilber Force width:640;;height:428
  • Josephine, Nakitto Rosemary and Bobbi Regan, volunteer from Portland Board of Education width:640;;height:428
  • Hamuza and Harriet width:640;;height:428
  • Wasswa, Julie, Shakira and Rehema width:640;;height:428
  • Josephine, Rosemary and Bobbi width:640;;height:428
  • Hamuza, Harriet and Susan width:640;;height:428
  • Harriet, Joshua (Sydney Paul graduate and teacher), Susan and Hamuza width:640;;height:428
  • Sydney Paul Engeye Scholars group photo with Bobbi width:640;;height:425
  • Sydney Paul Engeye Scholars group photo with David and Edward width:640;;height:425
  • The students and staff presented David with an unexpected gift width:640;;height:428
  • The students of Sydney Paul greeted the visiting Providence Medical Team from Portland, Oregon in style. width:640;;height:428
  • Bena, an Engeye Scholar, and her friend, Patricia width:640;;height:428
  • Shakira has some moves reminiscent of another, more famous Shakira. width:321;;height:480
  • Erias at the mic. Shakira is the blurred dancer to his right. width:640;;height:428
  • Erias singing, Shakira spinning, with their classmates width:640;;height:428
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  • Students of Sydney Paul. Wilber Force is on the far left of the photograph. width:640;;height:428
  • Wasswa at the mic width:640;;height:428
  • Julie Sutherland and members of the Providence Medical team width:640;;height:428
  • John speaks to the scholars after the presentation width:640;;height:428
  • A classroom width:640;;height:428
  • Carter Fellows, Savitha Bonthala and Nisha Viswanathan, prepared a video (using Ugandan actors speaking in Luganda) on malaria and malaria prevention. They went to area schools and delivered their message, leaving posters in English and Luganda at each school. (Bobbi Regan is holding the laptop.) width:640;;height:428
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  • Nisha going over the signs of malaria width:640;;height:428
  • Savitha lets Wilber listen to her heart. Savitha asked each class how many students wanted to be doctors, nurses, teachers. She told her story (which begins in India) and encouraged them to study hard and to stay in school. width:640;;height:428
  • Nisha and Savitha with their charts on malaria width:640;;height:428
  • P5 gets ready to watch the video on malaria width:640;;height:428
  • Students of P5 width:640;;height:428
  • Patricia listens to Savitha's heartbeat as Nisha and students watch width:640;;height:428
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  • Edward helped to translate the questions for the younger students width:640;;height:428
  • Another teacher helps with translation. width:640;;height:428
  • Sydney Paul students width:640;;height:428
  • Sadat listens to Savitha's heartbeat width:640;;height:428
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  • Wasswa and Savitha width:640;;height:428
  • Savitha with a Sydney Paul student width:640;;height:428
  • Wilber Force's latest posting! width:321;;height:480
  • Rainy day width:321;;height:480
  • Rainy Sunday at Sydney Paul width:321;;height:480
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  • Sadat width:321;;height:480
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  • Erias width:321;;height:480
  • Buckets set out to capture rain. The bore hole and pump at Sydney Paul does not work and they must pay to have jerry cans of water delivered during the dry season. width:321;;height:480
  • Bena width:321;;height:480
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