When the city (Eneo) power goes out — like last night during a storm — we have a back up generator at school. Living right next to the school, our hostels (and a few houses) are also connected to the
The 1st Quarter of the school year gave our student athletes the opportunity to compete in volleyball! It’s funny when I have to compile statistics for the school and report that nearly all our students are “student athletes.” With a
The 11th Grade class put on a lovely International dinner and dance event.
Guests were enouraged to dress internationally — and they certainly did!
I expected to see more African dress – mine counted for Africa and Sweden
This is the last year that the UBAC hostel will be a hostel for students. We have split the large home into 2 living spaces. This year, having only a few students, they all live in half of the building
It’s retirement time for many of our friends, particularly those serving in Central African Republic and on the East side of Cameroon. One couple returned to the US earlier this year. And at the start of Sept. 2 more couples
The staff at Rain Forest Internaitonal School are mainly volunteers, sent by mission organizations. Among them are several “global personnel” (aka missionaries) with Serve Globally (aka Covenant World Mission). Let’s meet our Covenant colleagues serving together at RFIS.
When a new school year begins there is so much orientation! New staff was oriented first followed by all of us returning staff; whether we’d been there last year or gone for a year.
New Student Orientation
Konroy and Heidi have made quite an impact in Cameroon. Over the years (6 of the last 9 years to be precise)
Heidi has led craft activities in neighborhood Bible clubs, taught lots of pre-schoolers and toddlers, and created 2
Our 2nd week in country was RFIS Staff Orientation week. We got up to speed on new policies, got reminded of the old policies, got child protection training again, reviewed emergency drills, and did planning for new student orientation, all