Currently there are 166 students enrolled at the Feed My Lambs El Eden School in Piedras Negras, Mexico. For over a decade this school has educated students from kindergarten to sixth grade and it has been a desire of the faculty, students and parents to expand the school all the way up to ninth grade. Feed My Lambs Mexico is pleased to announce that they are in the process of completing the paperwork to expand the school up to ninth grade and plan on starting these new grades in August. This will be the first time in Feed My Lambs history to have a school going up to ninth grade.
Change has also occurred for our teachers in Mexico. This year they started reforming the educational system, and in order to do their jobs with excellence and holiness, they have been taking extra courses, hired diplomats, and have attended conferences. The reform has proven to be a success because there have been numerous achievements within the school. One of the Feed My Lambs Mexico students won first place in the city on a very important national examination known as the Knowledge Olympiad, where he competed with students from other cities.
Our Mexico School Staff
In 2004 when Feed My Lambs Liberia opened its doors, there was only one school with 50 children and all volunteer teachers. Today, there are three schools operating in Liberia, with 40 teachers on the payroll, and a total enrollment of over 500 students from pre-K to 6th grade!
Feed My Lambs Liberia teachers are equipping the students with a solid educational foundation by holistically providing Liberian-based education and Biblical instruction. These are the foundational years for the students, and what they learn in school they are taking it into their homes. We are seeing evidence of the power of God in our families here in Liberia.