P.O. Box 13866
Atlanta, GA 30324

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©2019 KALEIDOSCOPE CHILD FOUNDATION, INC.

OUR  SCHOOL IN CAMBODIA

Chantheany Leng - a first generation survivor of the Khmer Rouge, 'Theany' (tee-in-ay) has been our administrator and principle director since establishing our NGO in 2009. Theany was involved with Kaleidoscope founder David Ault from 2007 when his search for sustainable programming was beginning. ​

School Director-Chantheany Leng

Chantheany Leng - a first generation survivor of the Khmer Rouge, 'Theany' (tee-in-ay) has been our administrator and principle director since establishing our NGO in 2009. Theany was involved with Kaleidoscope founder David Ault from 2007 when his search for sustainable programming was beginning. ​

Kanha has been teacher at FKC for seven years. She teachers 90 children in the starter class, half in the morning and half in the afternoon. She has also taught grades 1 and 2. Kanha comes from a family of seven children. She studied English for Teaching at the local university and with just one year to go, looks forward to completing her degree in the near future. She is married with a baby girl. Kanha absolutely loves the kids and is grateful to be able to teach them.

“Vy” has been at teacher at FKC for six years. She currently teachers grade 1, which consists of about 55 children total each day, split into morning and afternoon sessions. She is studying English Literature at the local university and plans to graduate next year. She comes from a family of six children and attended FKC for a short while when she was younger. She especially loves to do art projects with the kids. Vy has a puppy, Chelie, who is another welcomed and friendly face in the classroom!

Vatana is the sewing teacher at the main FKC campus. She teaches six students in the afternoon and they assist her in making the school and teacher uniforms. Vatana is responsible for overseeing the sewing of 300-400 uniforms each year. She has been teaching for six years and learned her skill as a FKC student during her three years there!

Vouchnea is the youngest in a family of three children. She is from a village called Kompong Thom, which is in the surrounding area of Siem Reap. She teaches in the Nokor Krau village school at the starter class level, in both the morning and afternoon sessions where she has approximately 90 children total. She graduated in 2018 with a degree in English Literature. Vouchnea is happy to be able to share her knowledge with the children.

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