Jonathan

Nickname: J.U.
Birthday: October 6
Grade: Collège 1

When you think “seize the day,” you might think of Jonathan, a.k.a. J.U. Outgoing and personable, he is an effervescent boy who takes on all challenges at blinding speed. J.U. wants to grow up to become a soccer player, a missionary, a doctor, and a musician. But you should know he’s preparing, as science, history, math, grammar, and geography are his favorite school subjects because they will all help him when he is older. As a missionary, he wants to begin his work in Haiti, and then take his work around the world. He enjoys Saturdays the most because it’s his day off to rest and think and meditate. Vivacious, he loves action movies and to sing any Bruno Mars song. J.U. found a role model in Mr. Mitch because he inspires him to be a person who earns the trust of others. Always good-humored, he likes to spend time with his friends but is equally adept at starting up conversations with visitors. His favorite colors are black and red, and one of his favorite books is Call of the Wild. Whether racing to a soccer ball or running to be first to school, he has energy to spare and an endless smile.

Updates from the Mission

Celebrating World Photography Day

This spring, a photography elective was offered to high school students at the Have Faith Haiti Bilingual School. This is the first year a high school cohort and program were offered at the mission school, as the children have both gotten older and progressed...

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The Spelling Bee Turns Six

The annual spelling bee at the Have Faith Haiti Bilingual School is both a year-end celebration of our students’ language advancement and a fun way for teachers to evaluate students’ spelling skills. Inevitably, some familiar faces make it to the final rounds and in...

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Counting Sheep Just a Little Better

In April, Gardner-White Furniture and Sealy kindly donated 50 new mattresses, as well as a large sectional sofa. Perhaps you caught the story earlier: Well, they have finally arrived! They were driven to Miami, and from there shipped in a container to Haiti. It can...

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