The newly relocated Lewis Yard Primary School with be a modern state of the art school. In recent years the school had to shut down early on several occasions due to strong odours from the neighbouring industrial park.
It is proposed to open all roads within the New Providence Road Improvement Project for school opening traffic on Monday, September 3, with at least the first coat of asphalt being applied.
The 2012 Government of The Bahamas National Scholarship Programme has been modified in order to reflect national goals. Of more than 1600 persons who applied, only about 350 received scholarships.
Unable to use her scholarship to Terreve College, Miss Grand Bahama Kristie Farah gave it away to Gabrielle Wong, another contestant.
Teachers representing Government schools are participating in a Summer Workshop on the theme “Technology, Connecting the Core to the Real World”.
The Cabinet Office has announced the new members of The College of The Bahamas’ Council which include Alfred Sears, former Minister of Education as Chairman and Dr. Earl Cash as Deputy Chairman.
Grand Bahama primary school choirs sing gospel during the E. Clement Bethel National Arts Festival’s Grand Bahama Adjudications at the Grand Lucayan Resort in Freeport.
The Ministries of Health and Education stated that a suspected case of tuberculosis was reported at the Claridge Road Primary School in February.
Central Andros High School’s agriculture programme has won the support of Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation and the Inter-American Institute for Co-operation in Agriculture.