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School Painting Project by Japanese Volunteers

On 3 and 4 March 2013, we have 10 Japanese volunteers and 1 teacher leaded by Mrs. Kawasaki to paint Ryck Family Building of Rainbow Kawasaki School.

Mrs. Kawasaki bought 2 new volleyballs, and bring some rope skipping for our children.

Leader: Mrs. KAWASAKI KAYOKO
MIE University:

  1. UENO KASUMI (F)
  2. KAWAKITA CHIKA (F)
  3. SHIBUYA YUNA (F)
  4. MIYAGAMI SEIRA (F)

KYOTO TACHIBANA University:

  1. UMEMOTO SHIORI (F)
  2. ODA MIKI (F)
  3. KURAMOCHI JUJI ( Teacher)
  4. KAWADA NAHO (F)
  5. HAYASHI AKANE (F)
  6. FUJITA NATSUKO (F)
  7. FUJIHARA HIROKI (M)

New PCs donation by school donors and STEPS

Computer donated Dr Kawasaki and Mr. Rick dyck On Monday 18th, February, 2013, in Rainbow school received four new Computer PCs and three UPSs which the serene present of school donors and STEPS group in Japan.

 One PC was donation from STEPS group for the gift of the movie festival of the year 2012. And three other PCs and UPSs were donation from Dr. Kawasaki and Mr. Rick Dyck.

 At that day, All the students in RKS were very delighted and very excited. They stood together in front of the classroom with smiling faces to received these new PCs.
 In the last months, we have only two PCs and only one group for the computer class. but now we add two groups more for the computer classes because from this month we have six computers for the computer classes. And some students who did not study the computer before, now they  are so excited because from now on, they will have presence in the computer classes, too. And after receiving, they prepared to conection the PCs with monitors themselves happily. They look seem intelligent preparing and they determined that, they will try all their best to study to become intelligent students and take these knowledges to develop their country in the future.

  Computer donated by STEPS  Computer donated Dr Kawasaki and Mr. Rick dyck  They are preparing PC  They are conecting Monitor with PCs  

Although, these computers are not enough for all students in RKS but at least, a computer could help three or four students in a group because they change each other to use.

 Finally, we would like express our deep thank to Dr. Kawasaki, Mr. Rick Dyck, and STEPS group who always donated many school materials to our school very year. Even though, they are not Cambodian people, but they always helped the poor cambodian students asfar as. Their merit and their generous city will be stay in our mind forever. And at the end of time, we wish them all the best in their lives and their work.

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