Education

The mission, with the full support of the Nicaraguan government, operates 20 schools in the Jinotega Department with over 1000 students (this does not include the schools and students on the river). The schools employ certified approved teachers and teach the national curriculum. Because the mission assumes responsibility for the school and its teacher, the government allows us to teach bible lessons 15 minutes a day in all our schools. Additionally, the children receive food, medical/dental care, parasite medicine, vitamins and other services. A school can be supported for $350 per month and a child for $30 per month.
The mission started in 1998 helping 18 children go to school. Today, the Mission operates 27 schools with 47 classrooms with over 2,700 children enrolled. The children in the mission's schools also receive food, medical/dental care, parasite medicine, vitamins and other services. A school can be supported for $350 per month and a child for $30 per month. All of the mission's schools are Certified by the Ministry of Education and all the teachers are certified teachers or individuals completing their teaching practicum.  Our goal remains the same in 2015 as it was in 1998: to be able to send “Just One More!” Can you help?