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Preparing children to return to school
With just four weeks before the start of the new academic school year for most students, parents are consumed with ensuring that things like uniforms, school shoes and all the other sundry items are squared away. But one teacher is urging parents to ...
 
 
All-Bahamas Merit Scholar to be announced tomorrow
The title of All-Bahamas Merit Scholar is one of the most coveted out there and is awarded to the single most promising Bahamian high school graduate accepted to a demanding college. The scholarship is worth up to $140,000 over four years of study. T...
 
 
Queen’s College students pull off the sweep
Queen’s College (QC) graduate Raphieal Newbold Jr., recounted his experience watching a toddler interact lovingly with his older brother – who is affected by autism– as an example that everyone should follow, in an essay that went on to win the...
 
 
Baha Mar’s third Leadership Development Institute class welcomes individuals with intellectual and developmental disorders
Baha Mar is providing true inclusion for all Bahamians, with more opportunities than ever before for individuals with intellectual and developmental disorders (IDD). On Monday, the Leadership Development Institute (LDI), a non-profit training organiz...
 
 
Keeping focused
Just over the halfway mark into the fourth annual FOCUS Summer SLAM, the program’s doors were opened to allow donors, students, family members and education officials to see students enrolled in the program in action during an All School Rally at T...
 
 
Social promotion or an earned right?
The first day of school is always a sight to behold — children with their perfectly coiffed hair, uniforms starched to perfection and spit-shined shoes. But do people ever stop to wonder how many of these children have moved on to the next grade le...
 
 
Lyford Cay Foundation grants $15,000 to REACH summer camp
Lyford Cay Foundation awarded a $15,000 grant to the non-profit organization REACH (Resources and Education for Autism and Related Challenges) to help facilitate the organization’s 14th annual summer camp for students with autism spectrum disorders...
 
 
Chantal Adderley named to Maine Maritime Academy Dean’s List for spring 2014
CASTINE, Maine – Chantal Adderley of New Providence was recently named to the Maine Maritime Academy (MMA) dean’s list for outstanding academic achievement in the second semester of the 2013-2014 academic year. She is studying marine transportati...
 
 
RBC sends primary school student to summer camp
Valencia R. Richardson, a fifth grade student at Uriah McPhee Primary School, was the recipient of the RBC Innovative Science Summer Camp Scholarship. Valencia was selected as the recipient by her school as a result of her stellar school record, inc...
 
 
The end is the beginning
I bumped into someone some days ago who was obviously, to use the popular vernacular, down in the dumps, she was quite miserable and appeared to be about ready to burst into tears. I enquired if anything was wrong, as she just didn’t appear to be h...
 
 
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