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School of St Jude bids farewell to Ms Christina

Dear All at The Rotary Club of Ryde Inc,

Thank you so much for your continued support of The School of St Jude.

We are writing to let you know that your sponsored teacher, Ms Christina, is no longer at St Jude’s. Ms Christina has been a dedicated member of our team since 2004, and is well respected by students and colleagues alike. We will miss Christina dearly but we wish her all the very best in her future endeavours.

As you can imagine, change within our Academic staff over time is inevitable and we thank you for your understanding, and for the generous support you have already given Christina. Each year as St Jude’s continues to grow and take on more and more students, we also need more qualified and dedicated teachers, so we still need your ongoing assistance.  With your blessing, we would like to transfer your sponsorship to another teacher – Ms Elkanai Pallangyo.

Ms Elkanai has been part of our teaching team since 2010. In 2013, she is teaching Social Studies at our Upper Primary Campus. We have attached information about Ms Elkanai including some photos! Also attached is a document of Frequently Asked Questions regarding Teacher sponsorship at St Jude’s, which may be useful in answering any queries you have about your continued sponsorship. If for any reason you are not completely happy to sponsor Ms Elkanai, please let us know as soon as possible so that we can discuss alternate options.

As we say here in Tanzania, asante sana (“thank you” in Swahili) for your most generous, ongoing support of St Jude’s and standing with us in our fight against poverty! 

Best wishes,

Trish Murdin

Sponsor Relations Coordinator

PO Box 11875, Arusha, Tanzania, East Africa

Web: www.schoolofstjude.org

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