Why There’s Never Been a Better Time for Reinvention

By REACHAdmin | September 6, 2020

During this time, REACH is pleased to provide information to help make our current situation a little easier. Below is an article by Jen Fisher, Chief Well-being Officer at Deloitte, originally published on Thrive Global. A link to the original article is here. At the start of the pandemic, when many of us were asked to stay home to stem…

There Is So Much More Than the Nuclear Family, Even Now

By REACHAdmin | September 2, 2020

During this time, REACH is pleased to provide information to help make our current situation a little easier. Below is an article by MANDY LEN CATRON, originally published in The Atlantic. A link to the original article is here. t’s easy to get the impression that the majority of Americans are spending their days at home,…

A SPECIAL VISIT FROM MY TEACHERS

By Courtney Brooks Kamin | August 31, 2020

Becky Namubiru, Grade 4, writes about her teachers visiting her at her home so she can continue her studies while she shelters during the pandemic.

The role of technology in bridging the gap between humans and nature

By REACHAdmin | August 29, 2020

During this time, REACH is pleased to provide information to help make our current situation a little easier. Below is an article by Arun Kapur, Educationist at The Royal Academy, originally published on Thrive Global. A link to the original article is here. Human beings have an innate sense of oneness with nature. It is in our DNA.…

More Than Work: Finding Focus in the Digital Age

By REACHAdmin | August 26, 2020

During this time, REACH is pleased to provide information to help make our current situation a little easier. Below is an article by Arianna Huffington and Olivia Nottebohm, originally published on Thrive Global. A link to the original article is here. Do you find yourself having trouble focusing on your work? Do you find it exhausting…

MISSING THE READING CHALLENGE AND MOTHER DAUGHTER DAY!

By Courtney Brooks Kamin | August 24, 2020

Tereza Mukimba, Grade Five, shares her essay on how she misses her school’s reading challenge and mother-daughter day.

THE THINGS I DO TO HELP MY PARENTS AT HOME

By Courtney Brooks Kamin | August 17, 2020

Jeffery Brandon Mubiru, P3, shares his essay on how he helps his parents at home during the pandemic.

MY BEST TEACHER AT SCHOOL

By Courtney Brooks Kamin | August 8, 2020

Rose Namutosi, P3, shares her essay on “My Best Teacher at School.”

THE IMPACTS OF AJS TO INDIVIDUAL LIVES

By REACHAdmin | August 7, 2020

Our students in Uganda have been writing essays as they continue learning remotely. We are happy to share their work. Please note student work is presented in its original content. Arlington Junior School was started in 2004 by Mr. John Wanda and Mrs. Joyce Wanda to help the children and parents of the community who…

Update on Uganda

By Courtney Brooks Kamin | August 3, 2020

Dear Friends of REACH, Just as in the US, Uganda is now confronted with how to reopen schools safely for students, teachers and administrators.  The government closed all schools  and sent students home in mid-March, but they are now considering if and how to reopen them.  It is a bit more complex in Uganda as…