Community College gives resources to 13 schools
FROM LEFT: Indira Samuels (Buccament Bay Secondary School), Michael Scott Central Leeward Secondary School), Brian DaBreo (Colonaire Government School), Philbert Warrican (Stubbs Primary School), Sonya Soleyn (Kingstown Government School), Mishca Young (Fairhall Government School), S. Marise Butler (Dean - Division of Teacher Education, SVGCC), Donette Ferdinand (Questelles Government School), Youver Whyte (Lowmans Leeward Anglican School), Corsel Smith (Calliaqua Anglican School) and Hassan Wickham (Biabou Methodist School).
November 8, 2022
Community College gives resources to 13 schools

The St. Vincent and the Grenadines Community College (SVGCC), through its donation of instructional supplies, has enhanced the resources of 13 schools across St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG).

In a release the SVGCC said it made the donation through the Division of Teacher Education as part of its commemoration of 58 years of teacher education in the country. It did not divulge what resources were donated.

Dean of the Division of Teacher Education, Dr S. Marise Butler coined the gifts as “tokens of appreciation”, and expressed thanks to the schools for their continued support by allowing student-teachers the opportunity to conduct their teaching practicum at the various institutions as part of their teacher training.

Resources were donated to the Biabou Methodist School; Bishop’s College Kingstown; Buccament Bay Secondary School; Calliaqua Anglican School; Central Leeward Secondary School; Colonaire Government School; C.W Prescod Primary School; Emmanuel High School; Fair Hall Government School; Kingstown Government School; Lowmans Leeward Anglican School; Questelles Government School; and Stubbs Primary School.

The handing over was held as part of the SVGCC’s Division of Teacher Education’s week of activities to commemorate 58 years of teacher training in SVG which also included the launch of a commemorative online magazine, zonal school visits, and staff and student activities.

The activities culminated on October 28, 2022.

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