About Our ePal Project

This year, our students will be communicating with students from 2
different developing countries using email and/or postal mail.

Our students will use written communication skills in explaining what
life is like in the United States.  Their reading skills will be practiced in
reading the communications from the other countries (who are
learning English as a second language).  They will also develop their
practical use of electronic media.

Through this project students will also better understand other
cultures.  They will also research and study those nations and
cultures.

We have already set up exchanges with classes in
Kampala,
Uganda, (Africa) (see
external website)   and another school in
KraNuan, Thailand (Visit their website -in Thai).

Watch online videos about the life of children in
Uganda (not our ePals) at www.Youtube.com:
 
Uganda Hip Hop
 Invisible Children of Uganda
 
Faces of Modern Slavery  

video.yahoo.com   
Bono in Uganda    

OUR
UGANDAN ePALS School
Kikaaya Village, Uganda, East Africa
Charles Mubiru, Headmaster
from
http://www.edfordev.org/whatwedo/scholarships.php






ePal Project