KKC Orientation Day

On Monday, January 15th, the Kul Kul Connection team hosted our bi-annual orientation day for the new and old students. We welcomed more than two hundreds students who will join our English Language Program this semester. The students are coming from various communities around Bali. We invited students and parents to attend in order to introduce them to Green School and to know more about Kul Kul Connection’s English program.



All the students who have enrolled in our English program have to pay for their seat in the class.. but they do not pay with cash, they pay with trash. All of our students are required to pay 5 kgs recyclable trash to KemBali per semester. So far, for this semester, our students have collected one ton of recyclable trash, before their classes even started! One student brought in forty kilos of trash!  We are so proud of them. Can you imagine if the Trash for Class programcould be built in every village in Bali and everyone had the chance (like our students) to make a positive change? We believe the potential for this program is huge and we can’t wait to see what will happen next!

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