The Father Tom’s Kids programme would like to thank the St. Agnes School in Houston, TX, United States, for their support, which allows us to drill new boreholes for water on our school property!
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Our Lady of Grace School draws its primary water supply from a large well, or borehole, on the school property. However, this borehole is gradually filling with silt and iron deposits, and at this point we cannot draw any water from it at all.
Since the borehole supplies most of the water for our school, we desperately need to repair it. Currently, we depend on very limited rainwater supplies, which are not nearly enough to meet our students’ needs.
To fix the borehole, we need to engage a company to excavate and repair it, a process called flashing. The total cost to restore the borehole is $5,433. (For a detailed description of the process and its costs, see the full quote supplied by the company.)
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The Kenyan national exams are always done during the last term of every year. Our 12 grade (form four) students will be sitting for their national exams beginning 26th of October and end on 23rd of November 2012 while our 8th grade pupils will be starting their national exams on 3rd of November and end on 5th of the same month. the rest of the students/pupils will start their exams in mid November and close school on 23rd of November for their December Vacation.