Birthday: March 24
Grade: Collège 1
We call Cinlove, C-Love, and it’s a name that fits, as she’s very affectionate. She loves to be the center of attention, but she is also a warm, gentle spirit looking for guidance and acceptance. Once when her father visited, he brought her two bottles of juice. Instead of drinking it all by herself, she wanted to share with her classmates. She ran downstairs, grabbed plastic cups, and poured everyone an even amount.
Quick to want to make others smile, she found a role model in Miss Rosaline for being nice and a good cook. C-Love likes to cook as well, especially her favorite foods including pizza and macaroni. She’d like to own a market and a restaurant someday. She’s also keeping open career options for dentistry, medicine, and a fashion designer. In fact, C-Love likes art class in school because she gets to draw people and clothes in her favorite colors blue, green, and purple. She is very athletic, and you’ll often find her running, doing pushups, and working out.
Updates from the Mission
Dan Wenkel and Dr. Beth Robelia, dedicated science teachers from Minnesota, returned with fellow educator and art teacher, Chris Weihe, for another engaging STEAM week in March. STEAM, which stands for science, technology, engineering, art, & mathematics, is...read more
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Last weekend, students at Have Faith Haiti were treated to an all-day field trip to an ecological reserve called Wynne Farm. Taking a multi-faceted approach to nature preserve, Wynne Farm is one of the few nature attractions, ecological parks, environmental schools,...read more
Science Week came to Have Faith Haiti, thanks to Dan and Beth Wenkel, two scientists from Minnesota who devoted an entire week to different science projects and lessons for students at every education level. First and foremost, a lesson on safety. Mirlande and...read more