Woodford International School (WIS) last Thursday donated a cheque of $5,000 to Tenakoga Adventist School in North East Guadalcanal.
The donation was raised by WIS students.
It was donated purposely to support the rebuilding of the burnt two-story building that occurred in early September this year.
When receiving the donation, Tenakoga’s school representative, Ms. Chareen Simbe (a former WIS student herself) said she is grateful for the donation from WIS.
Ms. Chareen explained that the building used to accommodate two science labs, from 4 & 5 classrooms plus the offices of the science & math department with the English & social science department.
The school is one building less and it’s causing problems for both students and teachers.
The event was witnessed by the WIS Head of School Barbara Vollrath, the Student Council mentor Ms. Wendy and some members of the student council.
Tenakoga SDA School has classes up to form 6.
The school last week held its graduation.
Solomon Islands Government also promised to support the school in its rebuilding process.
Source. Solomon Star News.
Thank you Woodford School for the generous donation to help the rebuilding of the fire-damaged Tenakoga school.