Nata river

•May 27, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Nata has been hit hard with powerful rains and the river is flowing once again. This year the water level in the river did not raise above last years level. The rains have caused Nata Village to flourish all around the comunity with green grass and trees. ­čśÇ

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Nata village Project

•May 20, 2009 • Leave a Comment

The Nata village and the┬áSua┬áSecondary School Health Club and Nata’s primary school drew and painted murals teaching the community on staying healthy and keeping an eye on their health. They have worked hard on this project and hope that the message will change the Nata village

 

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No Child left behind in Nata village

•May 12, 2009 • Leave a Comment

The Nata Primitary school had no problems getting students into the schools. The population in Nata help more and more children register to the primitary schools. Teahcers will leave no child behind, but will create outside classrooms. Education is very important to the nata

Nata Village Can go on internet

•May 5, 2009 • Leave a Comment

The Nata Village can finnaly go on the internet but there is only three locations in the Nata village that can access the world wide web. The first location is the Nata village Post office which has six computers, The second location is the wild butchery that has four computers and the last location is the North Gate lodge.

Vocab 4/28/09

•April 29, 2009 • Leave a Comment

auspicious-promising success; propitious; opportune; favorable: an auspicious occasion.
belie-to show to be false; contradict: His trembling hands belied his calm voice.
bellicose-inclined or eager to fight; aggressively hostile; belligerent; pugnacious

bowdlerize-to expurgate (a written work) by removing or modifying passages considered vulgar or objectionable.
chicanery-trickery or deception by quibbling or sophistry: He resorted to the worst flattery and chicanery to win the job.

Laptops help sick kids stay connected to school, frie

•April 27, 2009 • 2 Comments

A third-grader at Samuel W. Tucker Elementary School in Alexandria, Virginia, Ahmed hasn’t seen much of his class in the past few months. That’s because he was diagnosed with leukemia 1┬Ż years ago. Although he’s in remission, he’s still susceptible to complications.

“Ahmed has shown us, over and over again, he gets a fever at the drop of a hat, and has been in the intensive care unit several times. He tends to get infections a lot,” says his doctor, Dr. Aziza Shad, an oncologist in the children’s ward of the Lombardi Cancer Center in Washington. Shad notes he is otherwise doing very well and has “an excellent prognosis.”

Vocab Words 4/8/09

•April 8, 2009 • Leave a Comment
extol

(v.) to praise, revere (Kamila extolled the virtues of a vegetarian diet to her meat-loving boyfriend.)

fabricate

(v.) to make up, invent (When I arrived an hour late to class, I fabricated some excuse about my car breaking down on the way to work.)

feral

(adj.) wild, savage (That beast looks so feral that I would fear being alone with it.)

flabbergasted

(adj.) astounded (Whenever I read an Agatha Christie mystery novel, I am always flabbergasted when I learn the identity of the murderer.)

forsake

(v.) to give up, renounce (I won’t forsake my conservative principles.)