Our main goal for a our facility in Adulala is 360 students after 3-4 years, and a 2 story building with 10-15 classrooms. A school that will service K-5, our facility will serve as an accessible, feasible, responsive, and safe environment where children’s’ formative care, support services, and subsequent skills will be nurtured. WEL Elementary School will completely rehabilitate an area through educating its youth and indirectly bringing change. With hopes of reaching out to other rural communities in the same need.
At the moment, there is only two kindergarten classes available and being taught right now. While the second floor nears completion and worked on when students are out of season. Extracurricular activities new to the students like a playground, and a garden to help children to watch and learn from. Not only are the students our focus, but our educators are vital to the development of these children. WEL provides an education that challenges students to bring out their best and we expect our educators to reflect this attitude daily. Instructors and Volunteers will never have too many kids in his/her classroom or care; with a ratio of 1:30 compared to the normal 1:50, assuring that each student gets the attention they need and deserve. Instructors and Staff will also be scheduled to attend quarterly capacity building and training sessions to keep staff accountable to a golden education.