Located in a remote village in Sinaloa Mexico, approximately 100 Mayo Indian students ages 6 – 12 years attend 1st thru 6th grade at the Josefa Ortiz de Dominguez Primary School.

The school’s bathrooms were very old and in disrepair when Grand Circle first came here. Funds from the foundation helped build 4 new bathrooms along with the piping for fresh water.

We also repaired the roof and windows and installed a fence around the school.

Students in remote areas often do not have access to technology so we constructed a computer lab to help give them entry to a broader world.