Thank You Water.org
Last Friday two grade 5 girls made a video that would change the thinking of many people. They shared with us their passion and understanding of the crisis across the world that revolves around water. Here in our Senior Unit of students and teachers we share a bond with an amazing lady Ms Joseline and her school Future Generation Nursery and Primary School. As Mrs Joyce raises the awareness of the Global Water crisis, the students continue to find a way to help those in need.
Now to write and search for more assistance through the help of many dedicated students.
4 thoughts on “Water.org responds to Mrs Joyces Message”
Wow. I can’t believe they responded to help Mrs Joseline, Our Global Friend. It is so exciting to find out what they are doing. they wrote so many nice things, they are very nice people and helpful to the families that desperately need supplies to have a happier life. I am astonished of what they have texted and wrote so fluidly so the message is clear and he sounds like he really wants to help!
Wow I can’t believe that people are willing to help mrs Joseline. It is great that people are going to help. I would love it if one
Of these sponsers will help her. This means that mrs Joseline will have water and the others around her will have water. 😊 This means that the children and her won’t have to walk as far and get clean water. In writing we should write a letter to one of these sponsers to help mrs Joseline.
Wow, this is so exciting because they are finally going to get a water pump in their village! I can’t wait till they get one! They are going to be so happy! I know that in the future they are going to have a happy life as an adult! Mrs Joseline, I thin you are a life saver to this poor village! When I sass those pictures on the blog of them standing in their tiny little houses they looked like they don’t even what to exsist anymore! That would be on SPF my saddest moments in my life! Bt the good thing is they are going to get a water pump and everyone will be safe for ever In Uganda!