Bluesky Helps Improve Schools & Education


Bluesky presented checks totaling  $11,700 to public and private high schools today for improvements in classroom, recreational facilities and instructional programs.

High school students, teachers, and affiliated members were invited to apply for Bluesky’s High School Community Improvement Project earlier this year.

Each applicant was required to craft a proposal and budget that underscored community improvement in their respective schools and outlined how he or she planned to make it happen.

Nine recipients were selected to receive $1,300 each to carry out their approved projects.

The approved projects and those who applied for the funding are:

Caroline Galeai, a counselor & teacher at Tafuna High School whose project is I-care security;

Sabrina Suluai Mahuka, teacher at Samoana whose project boosts literacy

Rosalee Shoulders, teacher at Nuuuli Voc Tech High School applied for interactive teaching and technology, reading and learning center.

Alexander Baker, Principal of South Pacific Academy applied for a computer training program.

Precious Chelizaree, a student at Kananafou requested funding for the promotion, improvement and protection of the Samoan culture,

Tautasi Falanai teacher at Leone High School sought funding for sports equipment;

William Spitzenber, PTA Presdient for Manumalo Baptist applied for a technology upgrade.

Glysa Blanco , a student at Faasao Marist asked for an operation facelift and

Sharon Ah Ping, a student at Pacific Horizon asked for funding for sports equipment.

BlueSky Country Manager Filifotu Vaai Tinitali said, “Blueksy is a major proponent for technology, sports and culture in education and we enourage our recipients to take initiative and be drivers of change in their schools.”

This is the second year of Bluesky’s high school improvement projects.

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