Posts Tagged ‘Tanzania’

Ninth Grade Four Point: Tanzania!

March 18, 2018
    Day 6 Update March 22, 2018 (From Chris Hayward & Rebecca Andreozzi) The Big Five Early explorers of the Serengeti labeled the Lion, Rhino, Leopard, Elephant, and the Cape Buffalo “The Big Five”…Read More

SA-KRED Cafe – Coffee and Donuts for a Cause

January 5, 2018
Submitted and written by SA-KRED staff Mia Shifrin ’19, Maddie Williams ’19, and Will Maloney ’18 Working at Gould’s SA-KRED cafe is learning by doing. When the donuts are placed on the counter and the…Read More

Finding Uweza in Karatu, Tanzania

November 18, 2016
Uweza: Swahili word for skills, abilities and powers.  Yesterday was our first day of class. Heading out for a 20 minute walk to school—usually alongside a herd of goats, many people on bikes, and some…Read More

Grand Finale in Tanzania!

March 24, 2016
(Sent via inReach by Mr. Hayward) Students were picked up from their homestays and then we all headed toward Lake Eyasi. We visited the Datoga tribe and then on to Madame Lightness Bayo’s vocational school…Read More

Tanzania: Time

March 23, 2016
Tanzania Gould Four Point 2016 How can time stand still and fly by at the same time? We left Bethel on March 14, which seems like ages ago, and we have had so many amazing experiences in Tanzania since landing…Read More

Tanzania: Project Day at Tumaini Senior Secondary School

March 22, 2016
Tanzania: Project Day at Tumaini Senior Secondary School (Sent via inReach by Mr. Hayward) It was a great day at Tumaini Senior Secondary School (TSSS) that started with experiential learning games and initiatives. Gould students and their…Read More

Tanzania: Back from Safari!

March 20, 2016
(Written by Mr. Hayward) Internet is still pretty spotty, but we wanted everyone to know that all is well and we’re all pretty speechless with the experience we had over the past three days in…Read More

Family Weekend Presentation – Tanzania

February 17, 2016
Please view the presentation above that was originally given at the Parent and Family weekend recently. Contact me at or Pat Donovan at if you have any questions. Students should meet at Gould…Read More