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Giving back with the gift of reading
When a teacher from Stephen Dillet Primary School sent out an SOS via Facebook, pleading for books for her class, Laurenne McDonald, 34, answered the call. This was the birth of the Volunteer Reading Project, a new movement that aims to provide stud...
 
 
Bahamian educators attend Character Day workshops
Educators came together recently to attend workshops on several Bahamian islands to participate in the country’s second annual Character Day Training Workshops. The workshops, which took place on New Providence, Abaco and Grand Bahama, were geared...
 
 
Sobering absenteeism figures
The success rate in getting students who are challenged with school attendance back into the classroom is approximately 85 percent, but the challenge is keeping them there, according to Anzlo Strachan, chief school attendance officer in the Ministry ...
 
 
BTC supports Ranfurly with $24K two-year commitment
Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) has inked a two-year commitment valued at $24,000 to provide financial support to the Ranfurly Home for Children. The ongoing commitment will assist the 26 children entrusted to the care of the children’s ho...
 
 
Under the sea
Around the world, campers ride horses, swim and eat s’mores by an open fire, but at a camp on Grand Bahama, a dozen lucky youngsters took in the fish, mangroves, reef balls and stingrays, in the second session of Camp Eco-Explorer. Sponsored and r...
 
 
Fidelity creates kids corner at Naomi Blatch Preschool
Students at Naomi Blatch Preschool can now take advantage of a fully equipped reading and resource room, courtesy of Fidelity Bank (Bahamas) Limited, which recently transformed the school’s preschool library. Dubbed the Fidelity Kids Corner, the r...
 
 
The little green car that could, did
The little green St. John’s College (SJC) car proved that it could. It made it 152 times around a one-and-a-half-mile track, for 228 miles of coverage, and topped out at a steady 15 miles-per-hour, with no major mechanical issues at the recent Sola...
 
 
Te’ja Munnings’ Ribbons for Life project keeps on giving
As the summer break comes to an end, and Te’ja A Munnings, Ribbons for Life founder, and thousands of her peers return to start a new academic year, Munnings can reflect on the difference she has made for others and for cancer awareness. After a p...
 
 
A celebration of learning
Petra Bencina, Laura Carey and Melita Rodgers returned home from Athens, Greece, with 13 medals from the World Scholar’s Cup (WSC) Global Round. The St. Andrew’s School (SAS) junior team, made up of Bencina, Carey and Rodgers, qualified for the ...
 
 
Three Bahamians to attend YLAI Professional Fellows Program
Constentina Hamilton, Kerel Pinder and Xavier Knowles are the Bahamians among the 2017 cohort for the Young Leaders of the Americas Initiative (YLAI) Professional Fellows Program. The YLAI program supports the United States’ commitment to increase...
 
 
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