These three boys have exhibited exceptional performance in all of their subjects and lead the class in every way. They proudly say that they have confidence and they aim at excellent performance.
Patience is an example of the adaptability of the children in learning new languages and adjusting to a new culture while attending school. Patience is first in her class despite the language barrier and has adapted well to this completely new environment. Her future continues to look bright and brings her hope and a lovely smile!
Jido is the class prefect/leader of primary one. One of his strong characteristics is his excellent diction and his ability to articulate clearly. This helps him provide great leadership for all students in the classroom.
Tiyo is a very social, yet disciplined girl. She concentrates on reading books. She likes to help other students learn. She encourages her classmates, especially those who struggle. Tiyo does a great job of helping other students cope with learning difficulties.
For this academic year, we were able to provide scholarships that allow 43 of our former students to attend two Catholic boarding schools in Arua, Uganda.
Dear friends and fellow supporters of St. John the Evangelist School in Pukuka, Yei, South Sudan: First, a sincere “thank you!” to all of you. We, the board members of Seeds of Wisdom, feel so blessed to see the beauty of Jesus Christ in the eyes of the local families…
Join us for the Third Annual Benefit Dinner and learn about A Day in the Life of our students!
Join us for an Informational Potluck on Sunday, November 1, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. at the St. John the Evangelist School Gym in Rochester, MN. Hear the latest news about the campus, students, future plans, and more from St. John the Evangelist Catholic School in Pukuka, Yei, South Sudan.…
St. John the Evangelist Catholic School in Pukuka, Yei, South Sudan opened for classes in June.
We are very excited to report back to you about our recent Community Engagement trip to Yei, South Sudan. It was an incredible week as we lived and worked with the people of the Kakwa tribe to help make Fr. John’s dream a reality.