Outspan School Uganda
Education & Self-Reliance for Orphans
Letters from Outspan Kids:
PRIMARY SCHOOL KIDS' LETTERS:
Orphan Frank Kyeyune, graduated Kayunga Secondary School in 2016, and was admitted to the Mbarrara Technical College with tuition help from his sponsor. The text of one of his letters (left), sent in 2014, is shown below.
Dear Stanley, 14 July, 2014
I greet you in the name of our lord Jesus Christ. How are you over there in U.S.A? On my side I am okay.
I would like to thank you for all that you have done and are still doing for me. Thank you for always being there for me in times of sadness and happiness. I want to thank you mostly because paying my school fees you indeed have pushed me to a greater level now. May God reward you abundantly.
My (exam) performance this time was not so good, We did tests last term and we were given reports this term. My poor performance was because I was just getting used to the A-level examination settings and what was required. But I promise you, with God's help, as time goes on I will be improving and get the test. Please do not lose hope in me.
At school I got involved in science for competitions and I was handling a project called "Biodiesel" and the goodness is that my project was considered the best in my school and second best in the district. It was put on Facebook. You can check (the school) Facebook page. Please I request you to vote for it because if it gets the highest number of votes there are some gifts that will be awarded. I will be grateful if my request is considered. May God bless you.
Yours lovingly, Frank Kyeyune
SECONDARY SCHOOL KIDS' LETTERS: