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Youth/Education

NYC prepares to elect new executive

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PRESS RELEASE – The Saint Lucia National Youth Council (NYC) will be holding a special press conference on Tuesday, January 24 at 10:00 a.m. at the GIS Studio, Hewanorra House, Castries. This press conference is being held by an Elections Committee established to manage the process of electing a new National Youth Council Executive for the period 2017/18. The Committee ...

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Babonneau resident starts project to help the poor

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A 23-year-old public servant said he has started an initiative to “reach out to the needy and hungry”. On Saturday morning, Randy Joseph, a data entry clerk at the Land Registry, assisted by his friends Devon Pierre and Andy Charles, gave out food, clothing and water to the less fortunate in front the Castries City Council building. The trio are former students ...

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Dr. Rigobert attends EMAG meeting in London

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PRESS RELEASE – Synergies are being fostered between the education and sustainable development sectors within countries of the commonwealth, in order to drive delivery of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for education in the countries of the 52-member grouping. Minister for Education, Innovation, Gender Relations and Sustainable Development Hon. Dr. Gale Rigobert is currently in London, along with various education ...

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Sound Waves project resumes

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PRESS RELEASE – A little under 50 participants have completed Life Skills I and II Courses – Productivity Enhancement Training (PET) towards attaining National Certification with the Caribbean Vocational Qualification (CVQ) Programme.   The course, offered by the National Skills Development Centre (NSDC) included focus areas in Stress Management, Team Work, Critical Thinking, Work Ethic and Conflict Resolution, among others. ...

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Delay in date for re-opening of Choiseul Secondary School

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PRESS RELEASE – The Department for Education, Innovation and Gender Relations wishes to inform parents of students attending the Choiseul Secondary School and the general public that there has been a delay in the completion of temporary accommodation for the Form 1 and 2 students of the Choiseul Secondary School. Outstanding at this time is the completion of a temporary ...

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Dennery woman aspires to be published author, poet

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A little girl’s desire to do something special for her mother’s birthday, has left her with a lifelong passion for writing over 300 poems and endless ideas of which she hopes to one day have published. Melisa Annibaffa embarked on her journey as a writer at the tender age of nine. She recalls that she had wanted a present for her mother’s birthday, when the ...

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Public schools to reopen second week in January

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PRESS RELEASE – The Department for Education, Innovation and Gender Relations wishes to inform school personnel, parents and the general public that the date for the reopening of school following the Christmas break is Monday, January 09, 2017 and not Wednesday January 04, 2017 as previously announced. However, principals and teachers are required to utilize the period January 04 to ...

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Caribbean Youth Fest 2016 finals set for Sunday

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PRESS RELEASE – The Phillip Marcellin Grounds in Vieux-Fort will be pumping with vibes on December 18th, 2016 when St. Lucia’s young talent takes the stage for this year’s Youth Star Competition. The competition features 10 artists in the Teens category (aged 13 to 19), namely Abigail Martial, Allea Francis, Ashelle Auguste, Dehawn Augustin, Dyllan Stanislaus, Jamal Joseph, Jermica Benti, ...

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Distrubtion of SALCC transportation bursary cheques

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PRESS RELEASE – The Department of Education, Innovation and Gender Relations wishes to inform all students of the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College, who are second and third time recipients of the transportation bursary, that disbursement of cheques will be conducted on Friday, December 16, 2016. The cheque disbursement will take place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the ...

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National Youth Council interim committee appointed

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PRESS RELEASE – On Wednesday 7th December the Saint Lucia National Youth Council convened a General Council Meeting at the Vieux Fort Primary School. The aim of the meeting was to receive updates from affiliate District Youth and Sports Councils, and to decide on the fate of the National Youth Council Executive, which had been inactive in recent times. With ...

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National Students’ Council elects new executive

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PRESS RELEASE – The Annual National Students’ Council General Assembly was held on Thursday, December 8th 2017, subsequent to a postponement from the original date, November 24th. This year, student councils from secondary and tertiary institutions around the island convened at the Castries Comprehensive Secondary School’s auditorium with the aim of promoting unity, and forming a greater connection throughout the ...

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St Lucia’s youngest published author presents her book

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PRESS RELEASE – Guests at a crowded auditorium at the St Joseph’s Convent got a firsthand insight into the new book published by the charismatic Kurmysha Harris, fifth form student at the school. The talented teenager now 16 years old presented her first novel The Lost Sister, an intriguing thriller set in 19th century London. According to the Author and ...

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PM hosts Christmas party for special needs children

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PRESS RELEASE – Special needs children from learning centres in Saint Lucia were treated to a day of fun and excitement at The Prime Minister’s Official Residence on Thursday December 08th 2016. Prime Minister Honourable Allen Chastanet was elated to spend some time with the children at the annual Christmas Party in their honour. Donning a Santa’s hat, the Prime ...

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Micoud Primary student crowned 2016 Colgate National Dental Spelling Bee Champion

The second and third place winners respectively are Shane Narcisse of the St. Aloysious RC Boys Primary and Akeelah Henry of the Soufriere Primary school.

PRESS RELEASE – Another champion hails from the south of the island. Last year, the Colgate National Dental Spelling Bee Champion came from the Pierrot Combined School. In 2016, the champion is Mekella Popo, a petite Grade 3 student from the Micoud Primary School. “I feel elated today, happy and overwhelmed.” Mekella said. The Finals of the Competition was held ...

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Security at schools discussed during NWU meeting with minister

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PRESS RELEASE – A delegation led by Tyrone Maynard and George Goddard Jr. President General and Secretary General of the National Workers Union (NWU) met with Hon. Gale Rigobert, Minister for Education, Innovation, Gender Relations and Sustainable Development on Tuesday December 6, 2016. At the top of the Agenda was security at schools throughout the island. The NWU did express ...

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Young Choiseul entrepreneur making strides

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By Nyus Alfred If you were to mention the term ‘hustler’ to someone on an average day, I’d bet a cheese and ham sandwich that their initial thought would be that of all the negative connotations attached to the word. I mean I don’t really blame them because of the way the word has been thrown around to refer to everything ...

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CSME training for Saint Lucia’s secondary school teachers

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PRESS RELEASE – Secondary school teachers from a cross-section of schools in Saint Lucia are poised to be better equipped and knowledgeable about the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME). This is as a result of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Secretariat’s hosting of a two-day CSME training workshop from Tuesday, December 6 at 8:30 a.m. at Auberge Seraphine. Approximately thirty ...

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CSME training for Saint Lucia’s secondary school teachers

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PRESS RELEASE – Secondary school teachers from a cross-section of schools in Saint Lucia are poised to be better equipped and knowledgeable about the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME). This is as a result of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Secretariat’s hosting of a two-day CSME training workshop from Tuesday, December 6 at 8:30 a.m. at Auberge Seraphine. Approximately thirty ...

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Dr. Rigobert congratulates Ajani Lebourne

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PRESS RELEASE – Minister for Education, Innovation, Gender Relations and Sustainable Development and Parliamentary Representative for Micoud North Hon. Dr. Gale Rigobert has congratulated nineteen-year-old OMG Ajani Lebourne, on being named a recipient of the prestigious Queen’s Young Leaders Award. The Queen’s Young Leaders Programme has recognised Ajani from among 60 young people from across the Commonwealth, for his work ...

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Commonwealth winners to receive special award from Her Majesty The Queen

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PRESS RELEASE – The Queen’s Young Leaders Programme is today delighted to reveal that 60 young people from across the Commonwealth, have been selected to receive a prestigious Queen’s Young Leaders Award. The Queen’s Young Leaders Awards recognise and celebrate exceptional young people aged 18 to 29 in the Commonwealth who are driving change within their communities and transforming people’s ...

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All schools reopen today

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The Ministry of Education advises the public that all schools will reopen today, Wednesday, November 30, 2016. The ministry has been advised  by the Saint Lucia Meteorological Office that the bulk of the inclement weather which forced schools to remain closed yesterday has passed. The Meteorological Office has however said that showers and cloudy weather will continue today, Persons are asked ...

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UWI Open Campus Saint Lucia public lecture cancelled

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PRESS RELEASE – A public lecture that was planned for today Tuesday, November 29, 2016 at the  University of the West Indies Open Campus Saint Lucia on “The Evolving Culture and Identity of Taiwan” has been cancelled. The university said the lecture has been cancelled due to the inclement weather and closure of schools by the Ministry of Education. The lecture ...

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SALCC to hold two graduation ceremonies

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PRESS RELEASE – Sir Arthur Lewis Community College, announces that its 30th Annual Graduation Exercise will be held on Sunday December 4 th, 2016 at the Johnson’s Centre at Reduit, and will for the first time comprise two ceremonies. The first ceremony, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., will see graduands from the Divisions of Teacher Education and Educational Administration ...

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Schools remain closed today due to inclement weather

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PRESS RELEASE – The Ministry of Education has advised that all schools will remain closed today Tuesday 29th November 2016 due to the inclement weather. This also includes the closure of the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College. Saint Lucia is currently experiencing inclement weather brought by an upper level trough that is producing showers and thunderstorms over the Lesser Antilles. ...

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Region tackles problems in mathematics education

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PRESS RELEASE – Steps are being taken to solve the problem of Mathematics education in the Caribbean region. The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) recently hosted a two-day workshop in Barbados for Mathematics education stakeholders, across the Caribbean region. Mathematics specialists and lecturers from the various universities and teachers’ colleges from Belize, Jamaica, the OECS as well as Trinidad, Guyana and ...

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Denys Springer to deliver UWI Open Campus lecture

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PRESS RELEASE – The UWI Open Campus Saint Lucia will on Tuesday 29th November 2016 host a public lecture entitled “The Evolving Culture and Identity of China and Taiwan”, in collaboration with the Embassy of the Republic of China (Taiwan) Saint Lucia and the Saint Lucia Republic of China (Taiwan) Alumni Association. The lecture will be delivered by well-known political ...

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NCPC Innovative Secondary Schools Project documentary to air on DBS

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PRESS RELEASE – Continuously upgrading our schools and teaching methods is essential to nurturing and cultivating an environment where problem solvers and innovators who will help build a competitive Saint Lucia, can thrive. This is important as, at the core of country competitiveness is the quality of the human resources of a nation. The face of education has transformed drastically ...

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Too many children are still suffering from abuse in St. Lucia, says UNICEF representative

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PRESS RELEASE – Despite enormous progress realized for children since the adoption of the Convention on the Rights of the Child in 1989, the rights of millions of children are being violated every day, UNICEF said today as it marked Universal Children’s Day. “With conflicts, crises, and crushing poverty putting millions of children’s lives and futures at risk, protecting child ...

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Mom claims 6-year-old son choked, kicked in the abdomen at school

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Bullying is “rampant” in school, according to one heart-broken mother of a 6-year-old boy who has been suffering extreme harassment over the past year. The mother, who has chosen to remain anonymous, to protect the identity of her son, explained that her son’s troubles first began when he started grade one, and since then things have deteriorated dramatically. It started ...

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NSC applauds response of SALCC administration to recent threats to student safety

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PRESS RELEASE – The National Students’ Council is pleased with the actions taken by the SALCC administration following a shocking incident involving a security guard and student of the college earlier this week. The incident undoubtedly sparked feelings of anger and frustration from students towards the system at the college which they believe is working against their well-being. Administration at ...

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Education Ministry praises Courts OECS Reading Competition winner

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Chief Education Officer in the Ministry of Education Marcus Edward on Thursday applauded Keyshawn Alphonse of Soufriere Primary School for her outstanding achievement in this year’s OECS Courts Reading competition. “The Ministry of Education is extremely delighted and excited as a matter of fact upon receiving the news of young Keyshawan Alphonse who was declared the winner of the 8th ...

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Keyshawn Alphonse wins Courts OECS Reading Competition 2016

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PRESS RELEASE – Soufriere Primary School Student, Miss Keyshawn Alphonse, has won the Eighth Annual Courts OECS Reading Competition for 2016. The competition which was held on November 16th 2016 in Saint Kitts and Nevis saw national champions from Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia and St. Vincent and the Grenadines competing for an additional ...

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School crime watch programme aims to keep school children safe

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PRESS RELEASE – The safety and security of the elderly and children is paramount to the Government of Saint Lucia. Recently, Prime Minister Honourable Allen M. Chastanet stated that: “This Government abhors crime” and he promised that firm action will be taken to make Saint Lucia safe again. The influx of reports of sexual crimes and burglaries was put into ...

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Spotlight on Youthpreneurs for GEW 2016

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PRESS RELEASE – Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) emerged in 2008 as a platform to celebrate entrepreneurial spirit and innovative culture. The inaugural activity was held locally in 2011 and has since continued to grow with new partner organizations collaborating and committing their support. As such over the years, new events and activities have emerged annually. As Saint Lucia prepares to ...

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Keyshawn Alphonse to represent St. Lucia at Courts OECS Schools Reading Competition

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PRESS RELEASE – Local Furniture and Electrical superstore Courts will be hosting the eighth annual Schools Reading competition on Wednesday November 16th 2106 in St. Kitts and Nevis. The company hosted the National level of the competition on October 14th 2016 and saw eight finalists from the districts across the island competing for $2000 in cash plus $2000 for their ...

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Gov’t reassures Choiseul Secondary School students

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PRESS RELEASE – The Government of Saint Lucia has given assurances that efforts to address the deplorable conditions at the Choiseul Secondary School are being fast tracked. Minister for Economic Development, Housing, Urban Renewal, Transport and Civil Aviation on Tuesday, November 8, made a statement in Parliament on the “Reconstruction of the Choiseul Secondary School”. Minister Joseph reiterated that funding ...

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Guy Joseph claims some civil servants trying to undermine Government

Parliament Guy Joseph and the speaker of the House had an intense verbal exchange during a recent sitting of Parliament.

According to Social Economic Development Minister Guy Joseph, there are persons in the civil service that are trying to undermine the sitting St. Lucian Government. Joseph was speaking in response to the protests by 5th form students at the Choiseul Secondary School last week. The minister claimed that plans for the rehabilitation of the fifth form block were already in ...

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17-y-o St. Lucia just a few steps away from becoming Caribbean’s youngest commercial pilot

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17-y-o Claire Daisy Charra is currently very close to becoming the youngest commercial pilot in the Caribbean. The young woman, who attended the International School of St. Lucia, is currently training at Cirrus Aviatio, a small flight school in Florida. Charra, who was being interviewed by The Caribbean Scoop, said that persons will not have to worry about such a young pilot ...

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BREAKING NEWS: Student protest erupts at Choiseul Secondary

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Fifth form students today staged a massive protest at the Choiseul Secondary School. The protest was over what many describes as the poor condition of the school after recent heavy rains. The students complain of broken partitions, flooded classrooms and other issues affecting the 5th form block. Approximately 120 students were involved in the protests, some bearing placards. The problems ...

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Des Barras combined school receives more support from CIBC First Caribbean

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PRESS RELEASE – Students of the Des Barrass Combined School are enjoying their refurbished school, parts of which have benefitted from work carried out by the employees of CIBC FirstCaribbean. Employees at the financial services company rallied together to refurbish the exterior and library of the school as part of its Adopt a Cause Programme. The Adopt a Cause Programme ...

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Volunteer Saint Lucia Vieux Fort Chapter to host “FUN-damental Numeracy and Music Exposé”

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PRESS RELEASE – Educational development creates segues into economic prosperity and improved quality of life. This idea espoused by Sir Arthur Lewis who famously commented that “the fundamental cure for poverty is not money but knowledge”. The members of the Vieux Fort Chapter of the Volunteer Saint Lucia are dedicated, community-oriented, patriotic individuals who are determined to make a positive ...

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Are social services failing our children?

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PRESS RELEASE – We listened with disappointment and fear for minors who are Wards of the State at the long drawn out excuse contained within a press release by the Ministry for Equity, Social Justice and Empowerment regarding the imprisonment of a pregnant juvenile who has been a ward of the state from the age of ten (10), when the ...

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St. Mary’s College students benefit from mentorship program

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PRESS RELEASE – St. Mary’s College is pleased to announce the establishment of the Student Mentorship Program (“The Program”) spearheaded by the centennial class of 1990 as part of an initiative of the St. Mary’s College Old Boys Association, which is in its formative stage. The intent of The Program is to provide students with the opportunity to learn from, ...

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Odsan Combined School thanks RBC

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PRESS RELEASE – The Odsan Combined School was the lucky recipient of a donation of basic school supplies from RBC. The school was selected because of its location and needs. The Principal received the items with much joy on behalf of the staff and students. She thanked the bank for such a thoughtful initiative that supports educational growth of children ...

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Moses Jn. Baptiste advocates for sustainable school feeding programmes at UN FAO event

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PRESS RELEASE – Parliamentary Representative for Vieux Fort North Hon. Moses Jn. Baptiste was one of the main presenters, at a United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization seminar on Sustainable School Feeding Programmes. The FAO event took place in Grand Cayman on Tuesday October 25th, 2016. Hon. Jn. Baptiste was invited to speak on his experience with a new model of school feeding, which ...

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St. Joseph’s Convent students get career guidance from Flow team

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PRESS RELEASE – Over the years Flow has given many young St. Lucians the opportunity to benefit from real-life work experience and become part of the Flow Family through fulltime employment and by way of in-house, work-training apprenticeship programs. This week the company demonstrated, once again, that is committed to delivering on what it considers to be a vital part ...

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History of St. Lucians at University of the Southern Caribbean

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PRESS RELEASE – On Monday October 24, 2016 marked the twenty-fourth (24th) Inauguration of the Associated Student Body (ASB) of the University of the Southern Caribbean (USC). The ASB is the student governance arm of the university, elected by the student population to be the official representation of the students to the University Administration while engendering a positive school spirit. ...

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“If our youth are the key to a sustainable future, then we need to engage them” – St. Lucia’s Charde Desir

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PRESS RELEASE – Representatives in the services sector across the Caribbean converged in Antigua from October 17th to October 19th for a CARICOM Regional Symposium on Services. The purpose of the forum was to develop strategies and action plans to boost investment, output, employment and trade in the sector. The services sector, which covers more than 70% of the region’s ...

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LA Swim Club donates to the Dunnottar School

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PRESS RELEASE – Although the second month of the new school year is almost over, the children and parents of the Lightning Aquatics (LA) Swim Club saw it fit to make a small yet meaningful donation to the Dunnottar School. The items which consisted of back to school supplies and toiletries were presented to the school’s Principal Ms. Antonia Joseph ...

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UWI Open Campus to host Saint Lucia Country Conference 2016

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PRESS RELEASE – The UWI Open Campus Saint Lucia, in collaboration with the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College and Monroe College invites the public to attend a series of presentations at The Saint Lucia Country Conference 2016 to be held on October 27 and 28th , 2016 at the Bay Gardens Hotel, Rodney Bay Village. The overall theme of the ...

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NOTICE: Closure of SALCC for staff activity

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PRESS RELEASE – The Sir Arthur Lewis Community College will be closed to the general public on Friday, 21st October 2016 to facilitate a Staff Activity on the College Farm in Dennery. All classes have been suspended as a result. We apologise for any inconvience caused. (1)(0)

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Sixth Annual Colgate National Dental Spelling Bee Competition launched

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PRESS RELEASE – Pierrot Combined, School in Educational District 6, is the place where champion spellers are born. That was the message delivered by Principal, Eugenie Paul-Moonie as she welcomed officials from the Ministry of Health and Education as well as Colgate brand representatives during the Launching ceremony of the 2016 National Dental Spelling Bee competition as part of the ...

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CDB approves US$24.1M project for St. Lucia’s education system

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PRESS RELEASE – The Board of Directors of the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) has approved USD23.4 million (mn) in financing for a project, which aims to strengthen Saint Lucia’s education system to better address the needs of diverse learners. The Saint Lucia Education Quality Improvement Project (EQuIP) will support the enhancement of mechanisms and capacity for improved planning, leadership and ...

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Courts St. Lucia crowns National Reading Champion 2016

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PRESS RELEASE – The Courts 2016 National Schools Reading Champion is none other than Miss Keshaun Alphonse from the Soufriere Primary School. The competition, which is in its eighth year, was held on Friday October 14th at the CSA centre in Sans Souci under the esteemed patronage of Her Excellency, Dame Pearlette Louisy, Governor General of Saint Lucia and the ...

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Expansion For St. Lucia’s Caribbean Governance Training Institute

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PRESS RELEASE – According to Dr. Chris Bart of the Saint Lucia-based Caribbean Governance Training Institute (CGTI), ‘Courage, Curiosity and Competence’ are three essential skills any corporate director needs if they are to contribute to the great governance of any organisation, and equipping curious and courageous directors with the competence has been the primary mission of CGTI since its inception almost three years ...

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NCPC Youth Audio Visual Film Festival unveiled

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PRESS RELEASE – The strength, power and capabilities of the youth is irrefutable. In Saint Lucia, the youth continue to make strides in all facets of society and are often an instrumental part of the shaping of national policy. Now more than ever, concerted and coordinated efforts are being made to not only address the needs of the youth population, ...

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Castries North MP to assist schools in preventing future break-ins

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Member of Parliament (MP) for Castries North Stephenson King said he is prepared to re-allocate funding from the Taiwanese Grant to all of the schools within his constituency. King said these funding will be used towards protecting those schools that were recently robbed, and ensure that the perpetrators of these crime don’t get the opportunity to destroy school property. “I believe that every ...

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SALCC to launch Vaughan A. Lewis Institute for Research and Innovation

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PRESS RELEASE – Saint Lucia’s premier national tertiary level institution, the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College (SALCC) formally launches the nation’s first research institute, the Vaughan A. Lewis Institute for Research and Innovation (VALIRI) on 13th October, 2016 at 7pm on the College campus. The keynote speaker for this ceremony is Dr James Fletcher, former minister with responsibility for Public ...

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Rigobert pledges to improve teaching environments

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GIS – Teachers’ Appreciation Week officially closed on Tuesday, Oct. 11. Minister for Education, Innovation, Gender Relations and Sustainable Development, Hon. Dr. Gale T.C. Rigobert, who is a former lecturer at the University of the West Indies’ Saint Augustine Campus, spoke on the importance of the teaching profession. “Teachers are called upon to make an extraordinary sacrifice,” she said. “They ...

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