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The reality of online learning in Guatemala

A 2nd grade student at Escuela Integrada attends a class through a cell phone from his home. Earlier this week, I had the opportunity to see firsthand what at-home learning looks like in Guatemala. Having spent nearly two years away from the school and the students,...
Runners and walkers in Salisbury, North Carolina, showed their support for Escuela Integrada on May 16, 2021.

Racing for GRACES raises $17,871 for at-home learning

Runners and walkers in Salisbury, North Carolina, showed their support for Escuela Integrada on May 16, 2021. Wow! What an incredible turnout we had for our 2nd annual Racing for GRACES virtual run! Racers participated across the United States and in Guatemala, with all proceeds going...
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Meet Lucas Hertzberg, GRACES new Sponsorship Coordinator!

Lucas Hertzberg first volunteered with GRACES in the summer of 2019. We invite everyone to join us in welcoming Lucas Hertzberg to the GRACES team as our new Sponsorship Coordinator! Lucas will be overseeing the Sponsorship program for students and classrooms at Escuela Integrada. “We are thrilled to...
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Kimmy Gibbler wants YOU (and all your friends) to race with us on May 1!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-d3k9sR8HrM Any Full House fans out there?! Kimmy Gibbler has a special message for you—she wants YOU to join us for the 2nd annual Racing for GRACES virtual run the weekend of May 1. Registration is $40 per person with all proceeds supporting at-home learning for the students at Escuela Integrada. Escuela Integrada...
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2nd Annual Racing For GRACES To Take Place Virtually May 1

We’re back with another opportunity for you to hit the pavement (or the trail) for GRACES! Join us for the second annual Racing for GRACES virtual run the weekend of May 1. You pick the time, the location and the distance—1 mile fun run, awesome! 5k for race timing, cool!...
Miguel attends school virtually from his home in Guatemala.

Virtual Vision Trips Provide Way to Connect with Students and Families Amidst Pandemic

Miguel’s house is made up of pieces of corrugated metal, plywood and scrap metal. The home, held up by large sticks of wood, has dirt floors. Miguel sits at the kitchen table with his economical smartphone and connects to his virtual classes every day. His single mother makes tortillas in...