Further progress on the building project, won’t be long now until these classrooms are full!
….and here’s some footage of staff and students grateful for the new facilities they will be using soon:
We’re so very grateful to all those who donated to our building campaign that we launched last year. We reached our fundraising goal and construction has begun!
Here’s a sneak peek at the progress:
Watch the video of our Building Project appeal here:
August 20, 2020
Last month, CMA staff organized a food distribution to needy families that have been missing out on the school feeding program due to the COVID pandemic. See our newsletter for more info or watch videos below:
April 2018: Thank you video to all our donors
March 2018: A photographer visits Sud Academy
Ashton captures many moving images of the staff, students and environment around the school. Check out her blog her, and scroll down to the bottom to find a short video as well.
May 2017: Mission Trip to Sud Academy
A team of volunteers from Fellowship Baptist Church in Collingwood, Ontario, Canada spent some time at Sud Academy. Pastor Paul Harbourne wrote the following about their trip there:
“We actually did a couple extra jobs we were not planning on including replacing the gutter used to catch rain water and putting in a bigger culvert to hopefully avoid flooding of the lower classrooms during rainy season.
In total we did the following:
7. Cleared the drainage ditch and replaced the culvert with one over twice as large
8. Built concrete steps going down into the school
Christmas 2016: Please consider supporting Sud Academy by making a donation as a gift to someone this Christmas. Perfect idea to thank your child’s teacher! Suggested amount is $30 to feed a classroom for a month, but any amount is greatly appreciated. Please contact Trisa Majak for details, or write a message on this website (“contact us”). A card will be provided that looks like this:
Report written by staff, term 1 of 2016:
One Hope, an organization providing faith based literature to the school, produced this video during the fall of 2015: