Dominican Students Return from Ugandan Immersion Trip

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The Dominican entourage brought big donations such as 75 E-Readers from the Worldreader program preloaded with 100 children’s reading books and two suitcases full of vegetable seeds collected from local donors by LeeAnn Bartolini, psychology professor and trip organizer. They also brought little donations such as hand stamps and star stickers. Dominican students used the trinkets to reward and give positive reinforcement to Ugandan children in school. Sister Carla said it is their hope that these children become educated and, eventually, volunteer as future educated parents to serve as teachers’ aides in crowded classrooms that can have as many as 100 students

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