January History and Cultural Trip 2019 and February 2019 Clergy Retreat are cancelled.  They will be rescheduled at a future date.
 
January Medical Trip 2019

March Medical Trip 2019

For more information contact Ellen Allison reallison@charter.net

 

What St. Marc’s Needs!

St Marc’s Computer/Research Lab Hope for the Future:

    • St. Marc’s School currently has the highest test scores in the region. A computer lab would provide students and teachers access to more worldwide information.
    • Develop a stable electric supply: Current electrical power in inadequate
    • A solar assessment for the computer lab, to augment the diesel generator power.
    • Plan for security, cleanliness, maintenance, teaching and overall management. 
    • Teaching computer skills, the lab space will function as a research center for students & staff to access French TED Talks, Khan Academy and other resources for learning on a local server. 
    • Teachers will enhance science teaching short of having a chemistry lab.
    • New information and resources can continuously be loaded onto the local server to provide a rich library of information for students.
    • The lab will provide a virtual French and Creole library for younger students.

 

  • Estimated cost: $20,000+
  • Or send a check to the Episcopal Diocese of Milwaukee: Memo Haiti Project/computers

 

 

Computers are the window to the wider world for the students of St. Marc’s

 

 

Health Clinic Trips: September 2018 Contact: Kristin Rubenzer at klrubenzer2133@gmail.com.  This trip is accepting applications for medical professionals.

Haiti Project Historical and Cultural Trip: Forming Ambassadors 2018.  Tentative dates: January 4-12, 2019.  Contact: Heidi Ropa at info@haitiproject.org. 

Haiti Project Clergy Trip led by Father Scott Leannah of St. Mary’s Dousman.  Departing on February 2019.  This one-week trip will include a stop at the National Museum in Port au Prince, a visit to the former site of Trinity Cathedral, time for learning, reflection and worship in Jeannette, Haiti.