Baker Prairie Middle School Students Help Hiati Relief Effort

Students at Baker Prairie Middle School participating in Haiti trip.

This Monday I met with many of the students of Baker Prairie Middle School, in Canby, Oregon, to invite them to join me in Haiti for the month of November.  Over the internet we’ll video conference live for questions and answers, observations, feedback and student involvement in the trip.  Their ideas and insights will help guide aspects this Haitian journey, and generate a mutual learning experience for all of us.  When I return I’ll be working in the school throughout the academic year to help these young adults use their new knowledge to set up a Student Peace Center at the school.  Stay tuned for reports on our progress.

Baker Prairie Middle School, Canby, Oregon



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  1. Tony Crawford November 7, 2011 at 2:35 pm #

    Hello Adam,

    The students in Student Peace Advocacy class offer the following questions:

    How many people know how to read? (What is the literacy rate?)

    How is the weather at this time of year? Is the weather helping, or hurting, relief efforts?

    How many families get proper medical help? (What percentage of families needing help actually receive the help they need?)

    What is it like working with Mary? (Is she inspiring?)

    How are the food resources for the people in need? (Is there enough food to feed everyone?)

  2. sebastian November 17, 2011 at 9:33 am #

    hey that my school nice pics

  3. Cameron Knieriem November 17, 2011 at 9:35 am #

    Adam You are inspiring to a lot people over here please post more pics

  4. mary fargen November 27, 2011 at 10:06 am #

    I would like to thank the students for all their work and interest in haiti.
    we have a great future here in the U.S. with sutdents like you.

  5. kaitlyn April 10, 2012 at 8:43 pm #

    you are an amazing guy and i am proud to have been able to work with you and would like to see you more and learn how i can start doing stuff like you

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