Caymanian teachers join the ranks

Now that it’s back-to-school time,
45 new teachers, including seven Caymanians, are joining the government
education service this fall.

The group was welcomed at an
orientation seminar by Education Minister Rolston Anglin on Tuesday.

“Many of our children lack sunshine
in their lives,” he said. “But if excellence is a part of your approach, then
you can become the ray of hope that is vital to uplift and help them succeed.”

The newly qualified Caymanian
teachers are Arek Nicholson, Brittiney Ebanks and Eldon Parchmon, who will,
respectively, teach music, math and social studies at John Gray High School.

Sharice McLean will teach math at
Clifton Hunter High, and Carla Ebanks will join the East End Primary School

Kasandra Scott is slated to teach
music at Cayman Brac High and Ricardo McLean will teach at the Creek and Spot
Infant School.