On April 7th, 2017, we completed our first term at NewPointe Community School, at the Ero Mountain Grazing Reserve in Kogi State, with two teachers, sixty students, a school administrator, several security guards, a bike man, twenty cows and twelve sheep! ☺
The school has been officially recognized by the Ajaokuta Local Government and by the National Commission for Nomadic Education, Kogi State, (NCNE,) The children have been immunized by the Local Government's health department, and several text books and posters have been donated by NCNE, who have promised to still do more.
This is our first grazing center school, for which we are so thankful, and to Pastor Dwight Mason, Mike Sparling and all the rest of our dear friends in Ohio!
Thank you all for opening school for these children and giving them the opportunity to learn, which ever single child should have the right to do!