Birthday: February 26
Grade: Collège 1
Louvenson is quite the soccer player and overall athlete—just ask him to do push-ups to prove it. He appears to be the happiest child on earth because he always wears a smile that covers his entire face! From his positivity, you would never guess that he is an orphan whose life has been filled with challenges and heartbreaking experiences. He is a little ball of energy, and he aspires to become a better reader, as well as a better friend to the little ones at the mission. He’s a great listener and courteous towards others, and counts among his role models the nannies, Miss Gina, and all of the directors because they “help me to be respectful!” He’s very spiritual and loves God, and sings “The Splendor of a King” with a fullness of heart. He’s a great drummer who frequently leads the musical accompaniment on the bongos during devotions.
He likes science and wants to become a scientist who invents robots (so they can “work for him”), but his love for dinosaurs—especially the mighty T-rex—makes us wonder if instead of building the robotics of the future, he’ll be digging in the past as a paleontologist. He looks forward to Saturdays because he gets to volunteer at a local malnutrition clinic. In the 2016-2017 school year, he tied for first place in French Level 4 spelling bee, and was runner up for the English junior spelling bee.
Updates from the Mission
Holy exclamations, Batman, that's a lot of alliteration! But there was also a lot of spirit as we celebrated the holy season. Over the weekend we honored some of our sports folks. We broke bread together on Christmas eve, and Manno, home from college for the first...read more
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
On Sunday, October 14, the Chika Fund at the Have Faith Haiti Mission, along with SAY Detroit Play Center’s literacy programming, were recipients of fundraised at the benefit launch for Mitch Albom’s latest book, The Next Person You Meet in Heaven. Babu, currently...read more