New Filipino Teacher to Serve Don Bosco Secondary School Nila Shortland Island.
A new foreign teacher to serve Don Bosco secondary school at Nila Shortland Island was welcomed at Nusatupe Airstrip. She is Madam Mariter Mayor Alamil, 51 from Filipino arrived in Gizo on Monday the 1st of May on the feast day of St. Joseph the worker.
She served as a teacher in the Philippines and handled classes in Christian living education and in guidance, mostly in secondary schools. Last year she taught humanities and world religious in the senior high school, and left for Solomon this year 2017.
Madam Mariter belong to a large family with 2 brothers and 7 sisters, all alive and the eldest brother died when Mariter was 4 years old. Both her parents dead, mother in 2000 and her father in 2013.
When I asked Mariter, what is her expectation, she said that she really don’t have much expectations, but what is within herself is the excitement and the desire to be with the people of Solomon Islands, particularly in Nila, and be a part of their learning process. “I am here to serve and to love, all for God’s greater glory”, said Madam Mariter.