Extra items donated to the school in support of student learning were picture dictionaries, geometry sets, and magnifying glasses. Additionally, toilet paper, hand soap, and soap dispensers were gifted to the school for use as needed. With the help of a volunteer contractor and others, work continued on the SHVF school building. Unfortunately, the official school naming ceremony had to be postponed due to time constraints and poor weather. More SHVF programs included Self Breast Exam classes, Dental Hygiene classes, and ESL(English as a Second Language) classes. The Self Breast Exam classes were supplemented by inspiring and informative talks from volunteer speaker Elvina James, a survivor of breast cancer who graciously shared her personal story and the importance of early detection. Laminated pamphlets with detailed self-breast exam instructions and other informative materials were given to those who attended the class. A large dental model was used in the Dental Hygiene class to teach the students and others how to properly brush and floss; this class was followed by the distribution of coloring books and crayons to the children who came. The ESL classes —SHVF’s newest initiative— were attended by moms, daughters, grandmothers, and granddaughters, all eager to learn.