- LocationNorth Carolina
- Case #Jarett
Jarett is a healthy, typically developing boy who was born in December 2003. He lived with his biological family until 2015. Subsequently he spent time on the street and in several temporary institutions prior to placement at his current orphanage.
Jarett is a good-natured boy who shows initiative and optimism despite a difficult past. He is described as one of the most obedient children at the orphanage. Jarett interacts easily with others, has many friends, and craves attention and praise from adults. Athletic and artistic, he enjoys and excels at sports, (especially soccer) and acting classes. Jarrett eagerly performs small household repairs and assists with chores. He has developed self-service skills and endeavors to keep his appearance neat.
Jarrett did not attend school for two years, resulting in significant academic gaps about which he is ashamed. In spite of this he finished 5th grade in the 2016/2017 school year with average marks. He hopes to attend a sports school in the future.
Jarrett looks forward to being adopted and deserves a family who can provide him with the love, support and guidance he has never known.
THIS CHILD MUST BE ADOPTED FROM THE FOREIGN COUNTRY OF HIS/HER RESIDENCE.
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