On Saturday December 1st, a group of High School students from Governor’s Harbour visited the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas (NAGB) in Nassau to see their digital photographs on display.
Each year, about 200,000 students (world-wide) participate in the FIRST LEGO League but this will be the first time the tournament will be held in The Bahamas – with six schools participating.
18 champion Formula Kart Stars are in Nassau to help revive the sport of karting in The Bahamas and to get local students as excited about the art of the kart as they are.
Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture addressed the students of R.M. Bailey Senior High School.
The last quarter has been a busy one for the Governor General’s Youth Award with participants from 16 schools receiving either their Bronze or Silver Awards.
Educators were celebrated at the 10th National Teacher of the Year Awards ceremony under this year’s theme, “Celebrating Outstanding Educators Rewarding Excellence”.
The National Career Awareness Committee officially opened its 5th annual October celebration of lifelong job readiness for Bahamian youth.
For over 20 years toxic industrial fumes have reportedly affected the general health of the students and staff at the Lewis Yard Primary School. The school has now been relocated.
Perhaps it is time for the nation to see the true picture, so that parents, teachers and politicians can have an equal opportunity to hang their heads in shame.