Oregon Schools who are helping!

Armand Larive Middle School
Cascade High School
Cascade Jr. High School
Central Linn High School
Clara Brownell Middle School
Clatskanie High School
Cleveland High School
Colton High School
Cottage Grove High School
Griswold High School
Hermiston High School
Henley High School
Heppner Jr/Sr High School
Hillsboro High School
Jewell High School
Lake Oswego High School
Manama HIgh School
McLoughlin MiddleSchool
McMinnville High School
North Middle School – 100%
Oakridge High School
Oregon City High School
Pacific High School
Perrydale Amity
Rainier Jr/Sr High School
Roosevelt High School
Redmond Proficiency Academy
Sam Barlow High School
Santiam Jr/Sr High School
South Medford High School
South Middle School
Spray High School
St. Helens High School
Taft 7-12
The Dalles High School
Tualatin High School
Vernon High School
Wilson High School
Yamhill Carlton High School

Goal: Fund a School
Expansion in Nicaragua

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What can you buy with $1?

What did you buy with a dollar today? A Candy Bar? A Soda? Did you know that with $1 you could change the world? Oregon Association of Student Councils, in partnership with One Dollar for Life (ODFL) and Seeds of Learning invites every student in Oregon to give $1 to help fund a school expansion project in Nicaragua.

Ways you can help!

Project Details
In 2017, OASC will work alongside the members of the El Tule community, the Nicaragua Ministry of Education (MINED)One Dollar for Life (ODFL), and Seeds of Learning, to improve, rebuild, and add two needed classrooms to the school. Meals for students are now cooked at the school in an improvised, open-air kitchen space. We will build a cleaner, safer, enclosed kitchen space with low-wood consumption stoves and a chimney to improve cooking conditions. We will also work with our partners to replace the broken, dilapidated latrines with new bathrooms. Finally, we will build a number of retention walls and work to improve school grounds for safety reasons, as the school is built into a hillside.