James Madison Students Have Special Visitors from Malawi
Five International Lakeland Students from Malawi, Africa visited James Madison School March 14-16. The Malawi students will graduate this May from Lakeland College and will be going back to Malawi after being away from their families for three years. Upon arriving home they will become leaders/principals of schools in Malawi, Africa.
During their three day visit at James Madison School, the students worked closely with principal Dr. Matt Driscoll and learned about the administration of an elementary school to include staffing, faculty evaluation, budgeting, committee work, scheduling, etc. The Malawi students also enjoyed visiting, working and sharing their Malawi Heritage with Madison students.
Pictured left to right standing: Dr. Mehraban Khodavandi, Education Division Chair;
Joyce Kamanga, Frackson Liteleko, Aries Mcherewatha, Elizer Kalilombe
Knelling left to right: Charles Laini and
Dr. Matt Driscoll, James Madison School Principal
Sheboygan Area School District Press Release
March 22, 2011