From a small hut with 128 students of varying grade levels, Good morning school has improved radically. With a new school building with 10 rooms, a garden, a fishpond and pigs, learning has never been better. Children are mostly of Burman ethnicity, but among them there are also some Karen children.
The school has incorporated vocational classes on handicraft, agriculture, animal husbandry and sporting activities to the curriculum. The school hopes that it will generate enough income from the garden, the pig and fish rearing, to reduce operational costs and eventually become fully self-sufficient. The school also provides lunch and uniforms to every students and teachers. This has been possible because of dedicated teachers, the manager and a specific donor.
Every year the school opens a new grade, allowing the children who want to continue to study to stay in school. This year it has opened grade 8.
Last year the school has opened a small boarding house, to allow children coming from far away to attend school.