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The News That Didn’t Fit

9 April 2014

By Lori Carlson

During the last few months we’ve had loads of activity at all schools that didn’t make “the news”, so here’s a smattering of photos from the 1,000 small things that happened in the last few months, every one of them important in their own right.

 So many students, so much progress….so little time to report!

PLFCL

A group of scholarship students very happily receiving certificates at the PLF Computer Lab.

Tchey Boys frst place

Tchey boys soccer team takes FIRST PLACE at the Globalteer Soccer Tournament in Siem Reap.

Tchey Girls Sports

Tchey girls take 1st place during Track and Field Events at the Provincial Tournament in Siem Reap.

Tchey 3rd place

Tchey boys (in blue) win 3rd place at the Provincial Soccer Tournaments in Siem Reap.

Girls at Angkor

Tchey girls collaborate on their note-taking at the temples.

Field Trip Jump

Students at a recent visit to Angkor Wat.

parade

Students from Wat Bo School parading in Siem Reap.

money tree

Students from Wat Bo School stage a "Money Tree" procession in Siem Reap to raise money for their school from the local community.

field trip girl

Student from Knar School, taking it all in during a "Hands on History" Field Trip.

days for girls2

Distributions were made to high school girls who live in rural areas. They received sanitation supplies, made by volunteers from Days for Girls.

ACCB

Students from Koh Ker live on the edge of a protected forest. Here, they spend the day at Angkor Conservation Center for Bio-Diversity near Kbal Spean to learn how to protect nature.

food storage

PLF HQ surrenders its bathroom to a new idea to build a "Food Bank". More on this story as it develops.

barbara hygiene

Barbara Shooter returns to Cambodia for the third time this year to reinforce personal hygiene and set up personal supply baskets at Srayang Dorm.

reddington

Canadian physician Lloyd Reddington spends three days at Koh Ker training the new school nurse.

PL at clinic

Ponheary checks in at the Public Health clinic at Srayang to talk about vaccinations of the students at Koh Ker.

solar

A recent addition of four new solar panels at Srayang to accommodate more hours of Computer Lab operation.

sotheara team

Sotheara and her two top students from PLF Urban Lab install a new network at Srayang Computer Lab.

ravuth

Srayang 9th grader Ravuth returns to Siem Reap to spend his New Years Holiday with teacher Sotheara in intensive one-on-one computer classes.

feet

Following a successful hygiene campaign at Knar School, students at Koh Ker begin washing up every morning at the new washing station.

Saren

Saren, PLF Librarian at Koh Ker School, receives her certificates in MS Office from PLF Tech teacher Sotheara.

field trip boy

This Tchey student gets his "hands on history" during one of several recent field trips to Angkor Wat.

dieb and ty

Dieb and Ty continue to wow visitors to Koh Ker Temples during their Koh Ker Treks.

Tha

Tha graduated from Srayang last year and has returned to Koh Ker Primary School to teach grade one.

saren teaching

Saren, one of the first graduates of Srayang Dormitory, returns to her home village at Koh Ker to be the librarian and school nurse.

torsten

Canadian volunteer Torsten Tabel wrapped up a year-long teaching stint at Srayang Dorm. The "House Daddy of Srayang" will be sorely missed.

lunch koh ker

Students at Koh Ker prepare lunch, provided twice per month by Eyes-Open, PLF's partner in Switzerland.

bags of rice

Bags of rice arrive at Srayang Dormitory, a positive sign of support from the parents of the students who live at the dorm and attend middle school at Srayang.

A group of scholarship students very happily receiving certificates at the PLF Computer Lab.Tchey boys soccer team takes FIRST PLACE at the Globalteer Soccer Tournament in Siem Reap.Tchey girls take 1st place during Track and Field Events at the Provincial Tournament in Siem Reap.Tchey boys (in blue) win 3rd place at the Provincial Soccer Tournaments in Siem Reap.Tchey girls collaborate on their note-taking at the temples.Students at a recent visit to Angkor Wat.Students from Wat Bo School parading in Siem Reap.Students from Wat Bo School stage a "Money Tree" procession in Siem Reap to raise money for their school from the local community.Student from Knar School, taking it all in during a "Hands on History" Field Trip.Distributions were made to high school girls who live in rural areas. They received sanitation supplies, made by volunteers from Days for Girls.Students from Koh Ker live on the edge of a protected forest. Here, they spend the day at Angkor Conservation Center for Bio-Diversity near Kbal Spean to learn how to protect nature.PLF HQ surrenders its bathroom to a new idea to build a "Food Bank". More on this story as it develops.Barbara Shooter returns to Cambodia for the third time this year to reinforce personal hygiene and set up personal supply baskets at Srayang Dorm.Canadian physician Lloyd Reddington spends three days at Koh Ker training the new school nurse.Ponheary checks in at the Public Health clinic at Srayang to talk about vaccinations of the students at Koh Ker.A recent addition of four new solar panels at Srayang to accommodate more hours of Computer Lab operation.Sotheara and her two top students from PLF Urban Lab install a new network at Srayang Computer Lab.Srayang 9th grader Ravuth returns to Siem Reap to spend his New Years Holiday with teacher Sotheara in intensive one-on-one computer classes.Following a successful hygiene campaign at Knar School, students at Koh Ker begin washing up every morning at the new washing station.Saren, PLF Librarian at Koh Ker School, receives her certificates in MS Office from PLF Tech teacher Sotheara.This Tchey student gets his "hands on history" during one of several recent field trips to Angkor Wat.Dieb and Ty continue to wow visitors to Koh Ker Temples during their Koh Ker Treks.Tha graduated from Srayang last year and has returned to Koh Ker Primary School to teach grade one.Saren, one of the first graduates of Srayang Dormitory, returns to her home village at Koh Ker to be the librarian and school nurse.Canadian volunteer Torsten Tabel wrapped up a year-long teaching stint at Srayang Dorm. The "House Daddy of Srayang" will be sorely missed.Students at Koh Ker prepare lunch, provided twice per month by Eyes-Open, PLF's partner in Switzerland.Bags of rice arrive at Srayang Dormitory, a positive sign of support from the parents of the students who live at the dorm and attend middle school at Srayang.

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