Today was our first full day at Bishop’s High School. It was fun, but by far the busiest and longest day we’ve had in Uganda. We began with a 45 minute assembly which consisted of singing, dancing, and praying. During the students’ class time we worked with the S1 though S3 grades (which correspond to 9th– 11th grades) on basic laptop skills. This was the first time most of them had ever seen computers so using the laptops that we brought with us from Groton, and will eventually leave with them, we taught them how to use a keypad and the basics of making a word document. The students’ school day is pretty long (from around 7:30am- 4:50pm), but there are plenty of breaks including 2 tea breaks (which is like conference period at Groton). At the end of the school day we had the choice to either go to Scripture Union or Drama Club, which also involved more singing and dancing. We saw/tried to learn some of their demonstrations and performances and were asked to do our own. This resulted in Andrew freestyling and ragged performances of “Let Justice Roll” but at least we had fun while doing it. Afterwards, we had some time to spend with our hosts and other students before returning to our current resting place, Jim’s house. Tomorrow begins our true Rukungiri experience when we start our homestays!