Sharing Knowledge at St. John’s Secondary School

One of these things is not like the other. Left to right: Missi the Headmaster, the bewildered author, some fancypants Ministry of Education guy, and Wilber the Director attending the changing-of-the-Prefects ceremony.

One of the more valuable connections I’ve made since I’ve been in Uganda has been that of my good friend Wilber. I trundled into his office at a small secondary school in Kazo one day on a visit with my hosts. Wilber sat behind his desk, smiling and confident, and introduced himself as the director of this establishment, St. John’s Secondary School.
“You are welcome, please come by anytime.” Continue reading