Las Brisas School


Sitting on the edge of dusty dirt road Las Brisas has struggled with limited funding and last year had only fourteen students from five families. This years additions of younger students has qualified the school for a kindergarten teach as will as an aid. Also this year funding was found to complete the kitchen. Last year hot food was carried by hand from a neighbor’s house.  Volunteer guides from Ecoteach Student Travel have built bathrooms and replaced rotting roofs. Veragua Rainforest Reserve, a nearby educational and research station has also donated labor and materials.


A separate bathroom is needed for the kindergärtners.

Each student also need to have uniforms for class and gym. This is mandatory and costs about $50 US for each student.



Recent Project

The big project this year has been the collaboration between the Foundation, EcoTeach Travel and Veragua Foundation to provide backpacks with supplies and textbooks. The foundation donations which were made by the Kingston, WA Rotary Interact club and a generous donation from North Carolina School of Science and Math.

More recently The foundation has funder the replacement of the broken windows which help keep some of the road dust which pours over the school which each passing truck during the dry season.

EcoTeach Foundation - – 800-626-8992 x16

PO.Box 604 Poulsbo, WA 98370 USA