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Montessori shares gift of reading

Children and families of Montessori By The Sea collected 1,327 books over two weeks, to share the joy of reading this holiday season.

Montessori students scare up Spooktacular treats

Students at Montessori By the Sea kicked off Halloween Thursday with some impressive costumes and treats.

Island Montessori gets defibrillator

Lobster Pot owner Marcus Cumber has donated a HeartSine 360P automated external defibrillator to Island Montessori.

Montessori donates to young heart patients

Students at Montessori By The Sea after-school club spent this month collecting gifts to donate to sick children visiting Cayman for heart surgery.

School start times for fall semester

All government primary schools reopen on Monday, Aug. 27, at 8:30 a.m.

Toy drive brings cheer to sick children

Students at Montessori by the Sea are spreading Christmas joy by donating toys to sick children at Health City Cayman Islands.
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Private schools track and field meet on Friday

Cayman Prep and High School are favored to retain their hold on the Murray Westerborg and Big Schools Trophies at the 2016 Private Schools Track & Field Championships on Friday at the Truman Bodden Stadium, organizers said in a press release.

Montessori By The Sea storytellers shine

An 8-year-old student at Montessori By The Sea school is among the top 10 winners in the Caribbean in a competition for young emerging writers.

National Trust introduces carbon-offset program

The National Trust, in partnership with GreenTech Ltd., has launched a voluntary carbon-offset scheme, giving companies the opportunity to invest in solar panels to be installed on schools.

Dock consultation: The responses

A look at the responses to the Cruise Port consultation process.

Majority of public submissions oppose cruise pier construction

An overwhelming majority of those who responded during a public consultation on the proposed cruise berthing project oppose the $150 million plan for new piers in George Town harbor. 

Of the 473 public comments received by the Department of Environment, 347 objected to the project, 111 expressed support, and 15 were either neutral or undecided.

Harrison, 14, nets more props

A Caymanian teenager is quickly establishing herself as one of volleyball’s best prospects in the U.S. which augurs well for Cayman because she wants to play at senior level for her homeland.

Young Caymanians get Dart scholarships

Dart Cayman Islands, Minds Inspired has selected three young Caymanian scholars for its 2015 high school and university scholarships.

Arty chairs auctioned at fundraiser for Montessori by the Sea

Chairs designed and painted in the style of famous artists were auctioned off at a fundraiser for Montessori by the Sea.

Harrison, 14, is a smash

A Caymanian teen who lives in California is set to compete for a national indoor volleyball title at the USA Junior National Championships next month.

School choirs sing their hearts out

The Clifton Hunter High School Senior Choir won the overall prize at the Lions Club of Grand Cayman all-island Youth Choir Competition.

Seven schools to compete for top choir honors

Seven schools will compete in the final round of the first all-island Youth Choir Competition at the Lions Community Centre on Saturday, March 21.

Chalmers leads the Push crew

Some of America’s most accomplished wheelchair athletes are competing in the 55-mile Push Across Cayman event this weekend.

Prep edges out St. Ignatius for private school honors

Cayman Prep and High School are the inaugural holders of the Murray Westerborg Championship Trophy.

Harrison rises up American ranks

A young Caymanian athlete is climbing to elite levels in United States volleyball.

National Trust seeks to reward conservationists

The National Trust is seeking nominations for this year’s Governor’s Conservation Awards.

Students win CUC essay competition

The winning students have been announced from CUC’s 2013 essay competitions where 17 essays were submitted.

Catholic a class ahead of Prep

The new track season began in earnest at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex with the third staging of the Private High Schools Track & Field Championships.

Madison, 6, wheely shows talent

Kids emulating their parents in their sport is commonplace but in Madison Ameline’s case she is particularly unusual because at the age of six she is already an accomplished cyclist.

Primary focus is to have fun

Sir John A. Cumber Primary starts the defence its Opening Rally title from last season as the popular 2013/14 CUC Primary Football League campaign kicks-off this Saturday.

Student exhibition opens at National Gallery

Students of Montessori By The Sea are exhibiting a collection of nature inspired art work, titled The Artful Heart, at the National Gallery.

Little Bjuroe hits rivals for six

Sebastian Bjuroe is probably the most talked about new player on the PwC junior tennis circuit.

Dressing down for Earth Day

In its series of dress down days every Friday in April, the National Trust invited corporations and schools throughout Cayman to abandon suits and uniforms for more casual fare in celebration of Earth Day.

Primary students win Rotary writing competition

Primary school students win Rotary Butterfly Storybook competition.

Clifton Hunter sprints to a golden finish

The cream of schools track and field athletes competed for bragging rights over two days last week and Clifton Hunter School from Frank Sound went home with the most to boast about.

Track finals are sure thrill

The finals are on Thursday from 2-9pm and promise to be even more exciting.

Schools on track for top marks

The Inter-Secondary Schools Championships in track and field used to be poorly attended and had little significance to serious athletes vying for CARIFTA qualification and hopeful of track scholarships that could lead to pro careers.

Schools on track to earn props

Secondary school track and field athletes get their annual chance to compete for bragging rights this week in what promises to be the best ever high school competition.

Schoolboy raises $400 for charity

Young Jordan Trickett has raised more than $400 for a Biliary Atresia charity.

Youth want more street skating

Street hockey continues to make successful showcases in Cayman.

When life gives you limes …

Three sixth-grade students from Montessori By The Sea took it upon themselves to establish a kiosk at the school to sell a uniquely refreshing drink and donate the proceeds to the Cayman Islands Humane Society.

Students wrapping Christmas gifts

The Parents Guild at Montessori By The Sea wanted to find a way that the children could lend a hand in the community this holiday season.

Young storytellers take on Camana Bay

There's two more days of Gimistory left, one of which is a special youth performance by Young at Arts performers

Cayman Prep wins carolling competition

Cayman Prep Primary School wins Cayman International School Christmas carolling competition.

Storytelling festival Gimistory still going strong after years

Gimistory returns to the Cayman Islands for great tales.

Governor’s Conservation Awards presented at Trust gala event

The National Trust celebrated its 25th anniversary with a gala event and the presentation of the inaugural Governor's Conservation Awards.

Students assist baby turtles

Students from Montessori by the Sea School on Grand Cayman help free green sea turtle hatchlings.

Summer reading challenge results

The summer of 2012 marked a first for the Cayman Islands Public Library Service with the launching of a six-week reading challenge for children designed to keep them reading throughout the summer to maintain and improve reading skills.

Bands, ensembles join fest

Get ready for some great music as the National Children's Festival of the Arts brings live music to Family Life Centre.

Students fill legislative roles

Twenty- three students represent public and private school at Youth Parliament at Legislative Assembly

Students appreciated at national museum

The Cayman Islands National Museum encourages pre-booked school visits with certificates of appreciation.

Music on the Menu

Music on the Menu comes to a dinner near you.

Education mandatory for all children in the Cayman Islands

Although the Cayman Islands is not a welfare state, the Government has invested heavily in education, providing free schooling for Caymanian children from 4-16 years old, and achieving a 90 per cent literacy rate.

Spelling Bee success unprecedented

A group of 12 primary school students competed in the finals of the National Spelling Bee Competition and each child emerged as a winner.

Advocates back forest

Cayman residents took a stand in the preservation of the Ironwood Forest Wednesday at a gathering on the grounds of the Government Administration building.

Montessori By The Sea to hold Golf Tournament

On March 8th golf enthusiasts of all ages are invited to gather at the Britannia Golf Club for an afternoon of fun and fundraising during the inaugural Montessori By The Sea Golf Tournament.

Donations taken for crash victim’s family

The 39-year-old woman killed in a vehicle accident on Esterley Tibbetts Highway Monday has been identified as Shaney Tania Bar-On, also known as Shaney Kol, of Australia.

Students raise money for African wells

Imagine daily life without safe drinking water. Imagine the fear of knowing that a family member might become terribly ill or even die from a single sip of contaminated water.

Summer camps for Cayman kids

School is almost over and summer, along with its many camps is nearly here.

Maths Fair adds up to fun

It all added up to a family fun day for those visiting the Mathematics Fair. Held recently at the Mary Miller Memorial Hall in Red Bay, students, teachers, parents and visitors participated

Cayman sends Christmas present to kids in need

A special Cayman Islands Christmas gift in the form of a cheque for more than US$9,000 will be sent this month to aid some of the world's poorest children, says Mrs. Sheree Harrison, a member of Cayman Loves Children.

Girls League flourishes

The Girls Football League wrapped up a productive season on Saturday. Attracting some 60 enthusiastic girls per week, the recreational league focused on fundamentals and fun. According to organiser Sue Greene, the effort paid off as demonstrated by obvious improvement in the girls' play.

Kids take on parents for good cause

A football match in Prospect on Saturday raised $283 for the Lions Club of Tropical Gardens to help support their Breast Cancer Awareness program.

Doing good near and far

A small army of good-hearted people invaded the beaches of Grand Cayman Saturday as Montessori By The Sea held a beach cleanup that targeted both local and international goals.

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