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The most difficult experience I had early in my life was a car accident. I wasn’t able to walk after that. My dream is to become a great doctor. Doctors are needed in the world. To get there I am always working hard to stay the No. 1 student in our school. The moment I felt proud of myself is when I taught a boy mathematics and changed his performance from low to high scores. When I am writing stories with my friends, I am happy with my life. When I grow up, I want to help all the people who are unable to achieve their basic needs. The first aim is education and I will donate to the students who are sponsored by The School Fund.

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Innocent Justine's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2017 Form 6
2016 Form 5
2015 Form 4
2014 Form 3 (Boys)

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Dear Students,

Last Sunday was the last day of my 2017 school year at my university. My sister graduated after four years with the same university. My family and I attended her graduation. There were several speeches presented by different speakers to the graduating students. I was moved by one in particular so I’d to share with you one of the key points of this speech: the importance of giving back.

“Giving back is where you give, and then nothing happens. No benefits for you, no recognition, nothing tangible gets sent your way. Your biggest and sole reward is the realization that you’ve made a significant change in someone’s life. And if not “significant” then a positive change nevertheless.”

So students, regardless if you will be graduating or continuing on with the same school, let us give back to our community whatever and whenever we can. If you have specific talents, teach others what you know, help out others whenever you are able. As the speaker said, privilege comes with responsibility. We all have the privileges of getting an education; therefore, we all have the responsibility to help others who are less fortunate.
Have a wonderful summer!
Cheers,
Jonathan Gilbert
Hello, Amanda.
It has been a long time since I last posted to you ,It is my hope that your doing well for me I am doing well and I thank GOD for that. Also I enjoy my learning since there is no any obstacle in the issues concerning my education.
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