Four Bahamians have been awarded full scholarships by the Chinese Government to pursue tertiary level education in China in a cross-section of disciplines.
The Bahamas: Local News
The Fox Hill Urban Renewal Centre held a back to school giveaway for the children on August 25, handing out packages with school supplies, donated by businesses and corporate philanthropists.
While handing out school supplies to at least a hundred students Wednesday, St. Cecilia Urban Renewal Centre encouraged parents to get more involved with students to complete their homework.
The recently elected officers of the Bahamas Baptist National and Educational Convention paid a courtesy call on Governor General Sir Arthur Foulkes at Government House on Wednesday, August 25, 2010.
The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) and the Bahamas Red Cross have partnered to work in various communities in the country to provide a Community Emergency Response Training (CERT) programme.
Children from throughout the community participated in the Summer Enrichment Programme held at Stephen Dillet Primary school, which ended in a closing ceremony on Thursday, August 19.
The Ministry of Education welcomed 102 new teachers to the public school system during an orientation exercise held on Thursday, August 19, at the Uriah McPhee auditorium.
Englerston students gathered at the Urban Renewal Centre to get back to school supplies donated by the area’s business community. About a hundred children made a mad rush for supplies available for 85 children.
The Ministry of Agriculture’s Farmers Market each Saturday at the Gladstone Road Agricultural Centre offers produce including mangoes, melons, sweet corn, pumpkins, peppers, and onions. Mutton, pork and chicken are also available.