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Santa made a special surprise visit to East End Primary School this week to present each of the school’s 92 students with two books for Christmas.
From the beginning of his nine-year tenure, Mr. Bodden has made his presence known on the small campus. A tall lanky figure with an ambling gait, he is famous for walking the grounds on an almost daily basis, engaging with students and staff alike.
A second follow-up inspection of East End Primary School has found it is now making satisfactory or good progress in areas where it was deemed deficient last March.
In a more than three-hour ceremony, J.A. Roy Bodden, =president of the University College of the Cayman Islands, was praised for his nine years at the helm of the school
Karen Powery-Ebanks believes she’s finally on the cusp of being able to pursue her bachelor’s degree.
Cayla Ebanks and Jemma Watson have emerged as Cayman’s best young spellers.
Cayman students studying in the United Kingdom are invited to attend the Government Student Reception Dec. 8 at the Cayman Islands Government Office in London with Premier Alden McLaughlin.
Literacy Is For Everyone, known as LIFE, has donated more than 100 books to the Cornerstones Inclusion Unit’s reading library.
Hopefully, the requested changes will be made in the near future. It will be so good to see our children dressed in full uniform and without untidy footwear.
The slow process of completing the new John Gray High School has taken another step forward.