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CECELIA: S160-BOA

September 2021: Thanks to the generous donation from Scott Heise, Cecelia has been re-enrolled into school for the 2021/2022 school year. She received an incomplete for the 2020-2021 school year.  Due to COVID-19 outbreak, schools in Liberia had irregular school schedule. This combined with the lack of technology in the schools, some schools made the decision to keep students in their current grade level for the 2021-2022 school year. Cecelia was kept in her current grade level of 4th grade for the upcoming school year. She continues to live with her mother and now wants to be a nurse when she grows up.

September 2020: Thanks to the generous donation from Scott Heise, Cecelia has been re-enrolled into school for the 2020/2021 school year.Cecelia was not present at registration this year as her mother sent her away until the starting of school so she would not be part of the FGM. Her school materials were left with the school authorities for the 2020-2021 school year. She is in the 4th grade this year and still wants to be a doctor when she grows up. She continues to live with her mother.   

October 2019: Thanks to the generous donation from Scott Heise, Cecelia has been re-enrolled into school for the 2019-2020 school year. 

June 2019: We are pleased to announce that Cecelia was promoted to the 3rd grade for the 2018-2019 school year. Kristin & Andrew, thank you for your sponsorship and giving your student a gift of education. 

 
2018:  Cecelia has been generously re-sponsored by an Kristen Joiner and Andrew Johnson. She is 15 years old and was promoted to the 2nd grade this year.  She lives in Boapea, Liberia with mother. Cecelia told Girl Power "My father have plenty children and we girls don't always go to school because they say school for the men. But I want to learn ".  Her interests are learning and she hopes to be a doctor when she grows up. 
 
2017:  Meet Cecelia, who has been generously sponsored by an Anonymous donor (KJ). She is 14 years old and in the 1st grade this year.  She lives in Boapea, Liberia with mother. Cecelia told Girl Power "My father have plenty children and we girls don't always go to school because they say school for the men. But I want to learn ".  Her interests are learning and she hopes to be a doctor when she grows up.