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Mano Amiga Student Wins First Place in Scholastic Olympics
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Mano Amiga (Helping Hand) schools strive to be centers for community development in low-income areas.

Guillermo Carmona Garza, 1er. Lugar en la Olimpiada del Conocimiento
Guillermo Carmona Garza, who won first place in the Academic Olympics.

Monterrey (Mexico) June 17, 2005.  This past May 13th, the Department of Education organized a “Scholastic Olympics” for sixth grade students.

Guillermo Carmona Garza, a student at the Mano Amiga School in Monterrey, won first place when competing against students from 18 other schools.

The outstanding performance of one of its students is yet another encouraging sign for Mano Amiga schools, which strive to be centers for community development in low-income areas.  To attain this goal, they dedicate themselves to forming the
El alumno Guillermo Carmona, del colegio Mano Amiga, con sus papás.
Guillermo Carmona, student at the Mano Amiga School, with his parents.
human person both as an individual and as a member of his family and of society.

Mano Amiga schools belong to the Altius Foundation, sponsored by the Legionaries of Christ.  Presently, they serve more than 12,000 students in Mexico, Colombia, Venezuela, Chile, El Salvador, and Argentina.


PUBLICATION DATE: 2005-07-18


 
 

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