Nicaragua & Haiti

I use a portion of the funds received from purchasing teaching resources through the Teachers Pay Teachers links on this site as well as fees from school workshops to support students and families in Nicaragua and Haiti. 









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8 responses to “Nicaragua & Haiti

  1. Ana Pazmino

    I really like what you did with this school. I would like to collaborate in any way possible.

    • Hello,

      I have received so much more from the people in the community than I could ever give to them. I bring materials to the school with me, but the teachers say it is best to bring money and buy supplies in Nicaragua because it puts money into the economy and helps the small businesses. The best way to help me to provide these materials is to purchase teaching materials through my TPT page. You can also find out about personal opportunities to get involved with schools in La Concha through the volunteer page on the Mariposa Website ( The Mariposa School does excellent work. Thank you for checking in.–Josué

  2. Kristen Martinez

    Hello. I am a Spanish 2 teacher in Aledo, TX, USA. My students and I would love to be able to collaborate and skype with the children at the Panama school. If this is a possibility, please contact me at Muchas gracias! 🙂

    • Hello,

      I appreciate your interest, but unfortunately the families and students in the area of la Concha, Nicaragua have limited access to water and no electricity for the most part. This, in turn, means that there are no computers or anywhere to plug them in. It is a challenge to get mail delivered as well. This is the reason that I have chosen to work in and support this school.


  3. We are working with a Spanish School in Esteli and we help children with food and class material. If you want to involve, please contact me to e-mail:

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  5. trina

    My daughter is learning spanish in school and is doing a report on Nicaragua. she would love to play this game with her friends. could you tell me the words the children are saying in the game? thanks

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