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Albanas is the first-born child in a family of four. He is a very hard-working boy and attributes his success in school to his teachers who encouraged him. His father relies on casual jobs which sometimes are not available. His mother has a back-health problem and cannot perform heavy tasks. In his primary education Albanas overcome all odds to emerge the top student in his school. He dreams to be a doctor in future to help the less fortunate in the society. He believes that nothing good come without working for it.

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Albanus's Funding history

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Albanus
Hi!Syongwa
Am fine full focused on my studies and my mission is to achieve my goal.I like reading storybooks.Work hard also and always take care.Byeee........
Hi,hope you are good.Are you still working hard in your studies?I like reading novels.Do you like reading books?Work extra hard to achieve your dream.Byeeeeeeeeeeee!
Hello Sharon!
Am fine too and protecting myself from corona virus.I have been taking online classes and they have helped me so much during this time.Even though I have been taking all the subjects,I like mostly Biology and Mathematics.I also borrow story books from KCLRC to do more practice in English.Am looking forward to be a doctor.As I know I can achieve this by only working hard.Stay well in your place. Byeee......
Hello Albanus!

I am glad to hear you are staying well during the coronavirus pandemic. I have stayed healthy too even though there are a lot of cases in the U.S. I always wear a face mask when I go out and I wash my hands a lot!

It is autumn in Maryland where I live. That means that the trees are beginning to change colors from green to yellow, orange and red. After the leaves turn color, they will fall off the trees and then winter comes. It will also get cold.

Have you been taking any of the on-line classes at the KC LRC? Have they been helpful? Which subjects do you like the most? Have you been borrowing books? Reading for fun is one of the best ways to do well in school. In addition to reading, I encourage you to write in your journal every day. I read and write every day so I can improve. I like reading all kinds of books and I try to read authors from different countries too! It helps me learn.

Keep working hard and stay safe!

Sharon
Hi! Hope you are fine.Am also feeling good.Am still focused in my studies even thouth the corona virus has forced me to stay at home.We have stayed home for so long but I will not give up.Am also preventing the spread of the virus.I have the hope that for not so long we shall get back to school..Thanks.............
Am first giving thanks for funding my school fees. Am doing good in school and enjoying to be in high school but the corona virus has forced me to stay at home.I wash hands and wear mask to prevent myself from the deadly virus. For all this I shall not give up.I shall pursue my dream untill it begs for forgiveness.Thanks...

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