Stacks of speakers strung like beads on a cable were being hauled into place along the edge of the Ironshore stage at the KAABOO festival grounds on Tuesday, one of the final pieces of the preparation for the start of the two-day entertainment event.
John A. Cumber Primary School continues to struggle. For the second time within a year, inspectors from the Office of Education Standards have assessed the school as weak in meeting the needs of students.
The University College of the Cayman Islands Board of Governors is moving ahead with efforts to secure better salaries for faculty and staff at the same time the school’s new president is laying out a revised vision for the institution.
Five years ago, when Natalie Urquhart went to an art conference in Guyana, it was hard to find respect. “No one really knew there was an art scene in Cayman,” said the director of the Cayman Islands National Gallery.
In reports on four Cayman preschools released Monday, the Office of Education Standards found three of the schools to be satisfactory while one was deemed excellent. All four inspections were conducted in January.
Chief conservation officer Mark Orr said several recent violations have led to a push to educate the public on the new regulations, particularly those affecting the transport of harvested animals between islands.