OCTOBER 2021 NEWS FROM EVELYN
REGARDING BLISS AGRICULTURE PROGRAM:
Both the farm and the green house are running well. Before COVID we had a plenty harvest which the principal gave to the student to carry home to support them during that challenging time.
Currently our Agriculture teacher, Patrick, is having a project with the form two students and they have planted red onions which are now two weeks old. And our farm manager has really worked hard also with vegetables and maize corns thanks to the water project.
KUEF Board of Director members, Alan Metz and Brian Ward are working closely with BLISS staff to support and improve both the Science and Agriculture Programs at this successful day school offering local youth an affordable alternative to boarding schools.
Photo is of Evelyn, BLISS Science Lab Teacher,
In the BLISS High School student garden.
BLISS CHAIR FUNDING RESULTS
The MARCH newsletter described the need for chairs in classrooms, science labs and the new 1,000-seat capacity BLISS Hall. The estimated total cost is about $50,000 for the entire school.
Total funds raised to date are $32,377.
FEBRUARY 2021 BLISS HALL
Needs electrical, gutters and inside furnishings
BLISS WATER TANK
The BLISS water tank was severely damaged during a storm last fall.
It was repaired/ replaced through a grant from KUEF
This is a vital source of water not only for BLISS but additional area schools.