I am thrilled to report that all of the repairs and upgrades to the dininghall have been completed on time and on budget. The KPSF board feels strongly that the succesful compleetion of this project will significantly extend the useful life of the dining hall.
Jambo Friends of the KPSF! I have great news. Thanks to your support, the school has been able to complete all Phase II construction! You'll be happy to hear that the solar system is now functional and power has been restored to the school. A new inverter was installed and all equipment (more)
Jambo, Friends! Today, we're giving a shout-out to KPSF's executive director, David Jerrett, who was recently recognized for his business coaching as part of the Green Bay Packers Mentor-Protégé Program (GBPMPP). This program pairs established businesses (mentors) with emerging businesses (protégés) in Green Bay, Wisconsin, to help protégés build skills and develop (more)
The Kibaoni Primary School will be receiving two wonderful educational games for the children. GIANT Word Winder and GIANT Math Winder will be arriving at the school in late September when the game’s inventor is traveling with 5 other people including two foundation board members to present the game to (more)
On September 29-30, 2015, a party of six will travel to the Kibaoni Primary School. In the group, along with Sylvia Furner, President of the KPSF, will be David Jerrett and his wife June Jerrett (Dave is a member of the KPSF Board of Directors), David Hoyt and Claire Haasl (more)
The Kibaoni Primary School Foundation (KPSF) has been awarded a $5000 grant from the Israel-Frumson Family Fund at the Rhode Island Foundation. These monies are given for general support of the KPSF. Our important work for the benefit of the educational success of the students at Kibaoni resonates with so (more)