Tres De Mayo School – 35 students
This rural agricultural school had been started with a cement block classroom frame – the dirt floor was overgrown with vegetation. The bathroom was constructed but incomplete. H2H-T took on the completion – had a roof installed, then H2H-T volunteers completed the interior of the classroom, installed floor, windows, doors, completely painted interior and exterior, created exterior concrete walkways, completed the bathroom, provided news desks for all students and the teacher along with new uniforms for the students. ￼￼￼￼
Las Palmas School – 76 Students
H2H-T painted the three latrines, washroom and teacher’s bathroom that H2H-T built in 2011.
Jazmin School – 70 Students
H2H-T installed a fence surrounding the school grounds to keep the roaming animals out of the school yard; installed a wooden entrance gate; repaired leaking holes in the roof; installed a basketball hoop; and helped with maintenance of electrical issues and minor water and plumbing repairs.