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SAC’s team 64th at inaugural FIRST Global Robot Olympics
Team Bahamas overcame a difficult start to the inaugural FIRST Global Robot Olympics in Washington, D.C. to return home with a 64th place showing out of a field of 163 participating teams from 157 nations and six continental representatives. For the...
 
 
An amazing summer experience for GGYA participants
An amazing summer experience awaits 10 participants and four unit leaders in the Governor General’s Youth Award (GGYA). They will spend six days exploring biodiversity deep within Guyana’s rarest and most remote rainforest, discovering flora and ...
 
 
Education minister: Principals create vision, motivate and inspire staff and students
A principal creates vision and motivates and inspires staff and students to pursue high levels of achievement. In their critical role as instructional leaders, principals set goals, monitor teaching and learning, review and use data for planning and ...
 
 
Sybil Strachan’s family donates musical instruments to school
Family and friends of the late Sybil Strachan raised funds for the Sybil Strachan Primary School to facilitate music programs and the purchase of equipment in her honor. Courtney Strachan, son of the school’s patron, said the effort was initiated a...
 
 
Four more Tara Xavier Hepburn Scholars graduate
With the graduation of Monique Chandler, Nastacia Turnquest, Ralph Sealy and Shania Lewis, the Tara Xavier Hepburn Foundation’s graduates now number 27. The quartet are all graduates of St. John’s College and served as prefects, student leaders ...
 
 
Five receive primary school foundation board appointments
Dave Burrows, Linda Wallace and Michael Wilson are the three newest Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year Foundation (BPSSYF) appointed members, while C. C. LaFleur and Andre Moss were appointed to the foundation’s executive leadership team to...
 
 
Six Exumians to participate in Youth Ambassadors Leadership Exchange
Six students from L.N. Coakley High School in Exuma have been selected by the United States (U.S) Embassy Nassau to participate in the prestigious Youth Ambassadors Leadership Program. Clive Ferguson, Kareem Minnis, Sky Cartwright, Tranique Brown, W...
 
 
Pushed to the brink: Kids excel on summer camping expedition
It’s every kid’s worst nightmare — an electronic-free seven days during which they’re separated from social media and forced to interact with their peers face-to-face. But for the teenagers selected by the Bahamas National Trust (BNT) to atte...
 
 
Students to compete for $2,000 cash prize at Hack Bahamas 2017
Students will compete for a $2,000 cash prize sponsored by Aliv at Hack<IT> Bahamas 2017, scheduled for July 25–29 at St. Andrew’s International School on New Providence. Hack<IT> Bahamas 2017 will provide five days of free, hands-on...
 
 
Past Sunshine Insurance Elmira College Essay Competition winners back in the spotlight
Two past winners of the Sunshine Insurance Elmira College Essay Competition are back in the spotlight after being profiled by the New York college. Janay Pyfrom-Symonette and Jade Jones, who graduated from Elmira College in 2008 and 2011, respective...
 
 
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