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Alan Yael Alonso Benites

School year:

First

Alan Yael Alonso Benitez is from Popotlán, he is in the first year of prepa and aim is to pass to the second year with good qualifications, He is the only child and his father is a “campesino” and mother a teacher. He likes football, going out with friends and music.

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Cesar Gaspar Campos

School year:

Third

Cesar Gaspar Campos, 17, lives with his parents and brothers. He appreciates the form of tuition that is so personalized and helpful. After graduation he wants to continue studying computer science as that is his favorite subject. He thinks that will be the way to get ahead as life is difficult without an education.

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Eduardo Elfrego Caporal Beltran

School year:

First

Elfego Eduardo Caporal Beltran is 16 and lives with his parents and two brothers. His father is a self-taught farmer and his mother sold tacos in the school before the pandemia and now just looks after the house. His favorite pastimes are going out in the countryside and horseback riding, then watching movies with his brothers and taking his dogs for a walk. He would like to join the Navy or SEDENA (Secretary of Defense) and to help people in any kind of circumstance and to serve his country.

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Jauri Gabriel Ramirez Ramirez

School year:

Second

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Jhoanna Yeiendi Olivar Espejo

School year:

First

Jhoanna Yeiendy Olivar Espejo is 16 years and enjoys the innovative form of study that Don Bosco Popotlán offers. She is fortunate to live with her two siblings in a stable home environment where both parents have work. Her father works during the week and her mother and her at weekends. She feels her parents set a very good example.
Her goals in life are to have a stable job, study law, have a house of her own and a stable family. She is going to work hard to achieve them.

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Maria de los Angeles Carrillo Mancilla

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Maria is sure that it is important to finish High School in order to get a decent job, she loves helping her brothers with their studies and helping in the house. She wants a career helping others. In her spare time she likes reading and music

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Rey Davis Corona Olivar

School year:

Second

Rey Davis is 16. Issues between his parents meant that they separated and sent Rey to live with his grandparents and his mother left to live with another partner. He is very grateful to his grandparents for the support they have provided. Where he lives he appreciates that there is little work and his grandparents struggle to support themselves and his education. He wants to do well and become an agronomist as he is most interested in plants

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Yahir Caporal Davila

School year:

Third

My name is Yahir Caporal Dávila and I am 16 years old and I study at Don Bosco High School.
I have 3 brothers, Alberto, 22 who helps my father in the fields; Erik, 12 is in secondary school and Javier, 7 who is in second grade.
My mother is a housewife and sometimes works making typical Mexican candy.
Studying is a step to achieving my goal to have a good career. I would like to be a doctor or join the National Guard to help people. I want to thank everyone for all the support that you provide to this institution and that without your help students like me would not have been able to continue with our studies. I feel fortunate to have this opportunity and will make the most of it. So many students do not have the ability to continue studying.

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Alexander Rivera Rodriguez

School year:

Second

Alexander is 15 and really enjoys Don Bosco as he experienced bullying in his prior schools. He is determined to complete High School and would like to study history or graphic design

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David Beltran Valdez

School year:

First

David Beltrán Valdez is 16 and from the town of Huazulco, Temuac, Morelos. He lives with his parents and two brothers. His father is a laborer who works by the day and his mother is a housewife. My favorite activity is to the country to graze the cattle and enjoy the sunsets while in the fields then to return home and watch movies with his brothers. In the future he plans to be an animal breeder and develop the best genetics to be able to help the small ranchers of my community.

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Guadalupe Mendoza Ponce

School year:

Third

Guadalupe Mendoza Ponce, from Anenecuilco Morelos is 40 years old. To make a living he sells handicrafts and does garden work. His time at Don Bosco has been most enriching. To start he doubted himself but with the help of the staff he expects to graduate. Subsequently he would like to work somewhere where he can use and improve his second language, English.

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Jesus Alejandro Silva Fructuoso

School year:

Third

Her goals are to become someone important in the future and to have enough means to help those who need it most, maybe to be a great lawyer, to support my mother so she, like me, can fulfill her dreams.

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Juan Carlos Sanchez Cardoso

School year:

First

Juan Carlos Sánchez Cardoso is 16 and lives in Huazulco with his parents, a brother and sister. His father is a “campesino” and mother a housewife. He helps to sell typical sweets that they make. He enjoys his bicycle or riding on a motorbike in the fields, playing soccer and hunting iguanas with a catapult.

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Melissa Pilar Genis Villafan

School year:

Third

Melissa is 15 and lives with her parents a 30-minute ride away from the school. She likes the way the teaching system works, loves to study and wants to become a teacher of young children.

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Ricardo Valderrama Espinosa

School year:

Third

Ricardo Valderrama Espinoza and I am 16 years old. Currently I am studying at Don Bosco, Popotlan but due to the pandemic, now the classes are at home with some days at the school but in truth has been quite difficult for me as I do not have a computer. I need to go to an internet shop that is in the neighboring town to be able to send my activities. Having a computer would make things much easier for me. The teachers pass us the content of the subject on USB and with the help of the computer I can read more carefully and not be under pressure of my time running out in the internet shop. I would also save the costs of a two way journey and access expense. Anything I can do to help save costs, I want to do as we are definitely a low income family.

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Yessica Vazquez Garcia

School year:

First

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Antonio Hazel Ramos Vidal

School year:

First

Antonio, aged 14, is from Temoac Morelos, lives with his mother and sister in rented accommodation. His mother does housework for their income but for only 2 days per week. His father is a metal worker, lives in another town with a new family and provides no help. He hopes that in the not-too-distant future to help his mother with the expenses and afford a house of their own. He wants to travel, enjoys soccer and helping people who need it the most. He would love to see a football match in a stadium with his favorite team. His aim is to join the military.

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Eder Javier Rivera Osorio

School year:

Second

Eder appreciates the flexibility of the UNAM platform and the close support he receives from his teachers. He finds it is easier to learn on this basis and looks forward to a graduation and studying and working to get a profession

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Itzel Ariadna Mirafuentes Gabriel

School year:

First

Itzel Ariadna is studying the first year at Don Bosco Prepa school in Popotlán. She lives with her 6 year old sister and parents. Her father is a chef in a restaurant and mother a housewife.
Her main objectives is to get good grades and to learn all she can about the subjects she will study and will make every effort to be a success.

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Jesus Manuel Lara Lopez

School year:

Second

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Maria Celeste Olivar Garcia

School year:

First

Maira is 15 years old, has a brother and two half brothers and is from Popotlan, Morelos. They all live with her grandparents. Before she was born her father left for the USA, started another family and her mother moved in with the grandparents, but later she found another partner and moved away leaving everyone with the grandparents. The grandfather works in the fields and the grandmother is dedicated to raising the family.
With that painful past she wants to have a career in teaching, to repay the grandparents that have provided so much and to show her parents what she can do without them. As a teacher she can help the children of the community.

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Paola Vanesa Villafan Vara

School year:

Second

Paola is 15 years old and very happy studying at Don Bosco Popotlán as my teacher is always there to help. When I graduate from here I want to continue studying to be a Primary School teacher as I have a great connection with children.

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Uriel Ramirez Vargas

School year:

Third

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Zuset Sagrario Corona Garcia

School year:

Third

Zuset Sagrario Corona García. I am 16 years old and I study at Don Bosco Popotlan. I have just finished my first year of Prepa.
In these months of the pandemic with the classes of the subjects being online, it is more difficult for me to send papers, study on the platform etc as I need to take a mototaxistas to the other side of town to an internet shop. Of course this takes time and money that the family cannot afford.

Having a computer would make it easier for me to study, it would help me to do my work better and to better communicate with my advisors and tutors.