- November 2-4, 2002, staff from the PF, Tao Hangzhi Institute of China, Tao Hangzhi Institute of the people's University of China and Beijing Pengpeng School inspected the school.
- On November 20, 2002, the ‘Huitong Education Fund' of the PF in Hong Kong donated money to set up the Huitong/Phelex sheep breeding tuition aid program to Fenghuangshan Head School of Qinglong County, Hebei Province.
- On December 7, 2002, the Community Outreach department of Beijing ‘Xiayuxuan' Bookstore donated books worth RMB 25,300 to the school.
- In July 2003, Professor Jianhua Wu, the Dean of the Animal Science department at Hebei Normal University of Technology, took a post as an expert consultant for the sheep breeding tuition aid program and personally guided the program.
- In August 2003, the program purchased 12 breeding sheep, including 8 pregnant Taosaite crossbred, non-horned sheep, 2 pregnant cold-resistant, small-tailed sheep, one ram and one goat valued at RMB 14,380 in total. (Chosen from 400 sheep of the breeding sheep company)
- In September 2003, the school opened science and technology courses for local peasants and conducted technical training courses five times taught by the technicians of local agriculture organizations and school teachers. Villagers learned practical forest and agriculture techniques.
- In November 2003, the newly built sheep farm and the tuition aid plans for needy students passed the PF's evaluation.
- In November 2003, staff from Beijing Huawei Institute donated RMB 2,472 to six extremely needy students.
- In January 2004, Xiaoyu Zhang, a student from the Beijing University of Aviation and Spaceflight donated a large number of books.
- In 2004, the program generated RMB 11,150 in proceeds and provided financial aid of RMB 2,472 to six needy pupils.
- In March 2004, Beijing Huawei Institute donated RMB 2,472 to six extremely needy students to finish their schooling.
- In the spring of 2004, under the influence of the local government's poverty aid policy (the local government exchanged cold-resistant, small-tailed sheep with peasants all over the county at no extra cost), the school confronted a challenge in breeding sheep. In autumn, the Community Council discussed the problem and decided to diversify their strategies.