Wish lists

This page contains the Wish Lists for several schools involved in the Macedonia Schools Project. The Wish Lists provide potential donors a guide of how they can help. In addition teachers from these schools have an interest in connecting with peers in the USA in hopes of setting up classroom exchanges with students.



wishl beTranslated in English Bratstvo Edinstvo means Brotherhood and Unity. This is probably a right name for our school because ever since the mid 1950s the students are taught in 3 languages: Macedonian, Albanian and Turkish. Today there are 1146 students (634 are taught in Macedonian, 191 in Turkish and 321 in Albanian) located in two buildings. These include Macedonian, Albanian, Turkish and a number of Roma students. There are 111 employees 87 of them are teachers.
Bratstvo Edinstvo School’s Wish List:
Central building: ERC: Lower level reading books (children books, level 1-3); 2 chalk boards; 1 white board
Koshista building day care program (It now has 52 students in 2 classrooms): 2 TV sets, 2 DVD players, 2 chalk boards; 2 Book cabinets; 2 blinds (the windows are huge); 2 small tables
Models for geometry - 2 sets for both of the buildings; Fractions - 2 sets for both of the buildings; 2 ping pong tables - one for each building including nets and rackets.
Bratstvo-Edinstvo School is also interested in establishing a photo club. The school would like an old camera or camcorder. They need at least 1 camcorder and 2 semi-automatic or manual cameras.



wishl zcLocated on the hillside just northwest of Ohrid, Zivko Cingo School was first established 1876. 261 children attend the school for ages 6-15. The personnel include 28 professional educators, 1 pedagogue for planning and counseling and 1 psychologist (shared by other area school). The school population includes about 13 Roma and 2 Serbian children. About 100% of the students study English.
Zivko Cingo School’s Wish List:
CD musical education for 5 grade; films and maps for the class subject of history; CD class subject of biology; globe; fluid balance and weight; balance; laboratory kit and chemicals for the class subject of chemistry; posters; EU map; Asia map; map of the world; DVD player; TV children’s films; construction boxes; map of the Republic of Macedonia with applications; boards intended for beginner level writing x2



wishl leskThe main district school is located about 4 miles east of Ohrid. It has about 260 pupils. The district includes three smaller schools in the villages of Kosel, Kuratica and Vapila with a combined student population of 101. Kuratica is located about 20 miles away from the main school high in the mountains. It is quite remote and serves children from 6 years to 14 years of age.
Wish list for Leskoec School:
acids; magnetic tapes; alcohol; floor scale; xylophone; volleyball net; measuring tape; hourglass; football scale; EDU robot; constructors sets; books
Wish list for Kuratica School (Vanco Nikoleski School):
LCD projector; color chalks; map of the world; map of the Republic of Macedonia; relief small map; chemicals; photos, posters; Bunsen’s burner; white board; posters for English class; flash cards; DVD player; color chalks; cubs with numbers; picture books; markers; children musical instruments.
Wish list for Vapila School:
CD player; fluid balance and weight; DVD and TV



wishl kosKosel’s school Wish List:
constructions sets; geographic board; hammer; maps; markers; flip chart board











tito school 3Josip Broz Tito Elementary School enrolls 860 students. Besides the main school in Struga, it operates three nine-grade elementary schools in the villages of Misleshevo, Vranishta, and Radozda along the west side of Lake Ohrid. Our school employs 65 teachers, from which 42 teachers have obtained a University diploma and 23 have obtained a college degree.
Josip Broz Tito School’s Wish List:
physics supplies, science supplies and Smart Board









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Stevce Stafanoski
2017-09-21, 15:52
The presentations went very well! Students took their projects very seriously and gave excellent talks, beyond my expectations and beyond what a typic...
2018-08-29, 00:38
My son and I enjoyed teaching the students. They were engaged and a joy to teach. I would highly recommend it
Ginia Goggio
2018-08-14, 17:18
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