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Equipped to save the environment
Over the course of a week, children of Eleuthera were equipped with the power to save the environment from the issue of plastic pollution, during the fourth Bahamas Plastic Movement’s Plastic Pollution Education and Ocean Conservation Camp at the E...
 
 
Green Lightning prepared to strike
The solar car has been built, and St. John’s College’s (SJC) students are making ready to put their vehicle to the test this week among the 181 high schools scheduled to participate in the 2017 Solar Car Challenge. The Green Giant’s team will ...
 
 
Traditional ‘chalk and talk’ no longer the norm
The traditional “chalk and talk” teaching method is no longer considered the norm in motivating students to learn. Instead, creative and innovative teaching tools and strategies are now considered the ideal in making lessons more appealing to stu...
 
 
Developing leaders one student at a time
St. Thomas More Primary School sixth grade student Jordan Gibson was awarded the Top Leadership Award at the recent Kiwanis Club’s annual K-Kids and Builders Club awards reception. Gibson’s school garnered three awards — the most won by any sch...
 
 
BTVI to expand its IT program offerings
Following a curriculum review, the information technology (IT) department of The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) will now offer a set of new and optimized programs for fall 2017. The new programs include associate of applied scienc...
 
 
BahamaHost sees significant increase in graduates, trains unemployed youth
An additional 700 Bahamians are now BahamaHost Certified after successfully completing the Ministry of Tourism and Aviation’s signature training program. BahamaHost saw its largest number of graduates to date, and Ian Ferguson, director of industr...
 
 
Team Graham Thompson takes moot competition
Christina Davis, Megan Curry, Jatequa Bain, Robert Adams, Leif Farquharson and John Minns comprised the team that represented Graham Thompson and won the recent Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) Bahamas Branch and the Commercial and Fi...
 
 
Burger King feeds children at RBPF Summer Youth Camp
The staff of Burger King (Carmichael Road) prepared more than 200 meals for the kids of the Royal Bahamas Police Force Southwestern Division Summer Youth Camp, held at Garvin Tynes Primary School. The camp provides youth with meaningful lessons and e...
 
 
Built SAC tough
A team of six students from St. Augustine’s College (SAC) will comprise one of the 163 participating teams from 157 nations and six continental representatives at the FIRST Global Challenge. Perdawn Taylor, Jared Nurse, Frankiesha Wright, Nia Stra...
 
 
Jaria Strachan gets to explore the culinary arts
While many children are enjoying the freedom that comes with summer break, and others are sulkily forced into summer school, one teenager is actually looking forward to going into the classroom this summer. Fourteen-year-old Jaria Strachan, a student...
 
 
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