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February 22, 2012
Cabbage Hill Primary School renamed Ulric H. Ferguson Primary School

The late Ulric Ferguson's history in education is one of pure sacrifice. He is described as a man who could have been anything that he wanted to be, but that he put his ambitions on the back burner to teach the children of Crooked Island.
It was the legacy of that man that led to the Cabbage Hill primary school in Cabbage Hill, Crooked Island being renamed the Ulric H. Ferguson primary school.
"Wh...

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January 31, 2012
Stephen Dillet School, Lyford Cay International School and the Heart of the International Baccalaureate

Nassau, Bahamas -

At the very heart of
the International Baccalaureate Program (IB) is the mission "to create
a better world through education". At the heart of the Stephen Dillet
community service program is a group of caring young people. Some of
that care has been developed by being a student in Lyford Cay
International School (LCIS), where as an IB school, becoming an active,
compassionate, l...

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July 18, 2012
Developing kids with character

Activities like art, sports and drama may be the draw for parents when they determine which summer camp to send their children to, and at Meridian School's Adventure Camp, they are among the list of activities, but it's at this camp that children are also taught to be mannerly and respectable citizens.
Honesty, integrity, respect, discipline and responsibility are character traits that the 100-plu...

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January 14, 2016
Long Island schools receive face lift from holiday travellers

Hurricane ravaged schools in Long Island benefited from the community service of The Domestic Tourist and a group of island hoppers this Majority Rule Holiday, as the crew travelled to the island for a weekend of giving back.

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January 13, 2014
American para-triathlete, Hector Picard to host Triathlon for The Beacon School

American para-triathlete and motivational speaker Hector Picard, the first and only "Double Arm Amputee" 3x IRONMAN will be visiting Grand Bahama Island March 24th - March 31st...

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April 04, 2012
Review hiring policies for public school principals

Dear Editor,

I would advise the Ministry of Education to review their hiring policies when it comes to the appointment of principals and senior masters. It has come to my attention that when a school experiences a problem some of the senior masters or mistresses are reluctant to report the matter to their superiors and attempt to charge parents or guardians of the students who were the victims. T...

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April 02, 2012
Profile: Kirkland 'K.B.' Bodie

Though his songs about Bahamian culture are lighthearted and fun, for artist Kirkland "K.B." Bodie, keeping culture alive is a serious matter.
"We're going down the path of total wrong," he says. "We're picking up so much nonsense from other cultures that we are losing what we have."
K.B. would know - the music on his "Bahamian Hits" and "K.B. and Friends" albums are without a doubt the epitome of...

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September 19, 2011
Profile: Kirkland 'K.B.' Bodie

Though his songs about Bahamian culture are lighthearted and fun, for artist Kirkland "K.B." Bodie, keeping culture alive is a serious matter.
"We're going down the path of total wrong," he says. "We're picking up so much nonsense from other cultures that we are losing what we have."
K.B. would know--the music on his "Bahamian Hits" and "K.B. and Friends" albums are without a doubt the epitome of ...

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August 20, 2014
Lyford Cay International School teachers volunteer during summer break

While many teachers enjoyed their well-deserved summer vacations, a group of teachers from Lyford Cay International School (LCIS) worked to help improve the literacy and math skills of the students at the Willie Mae Pratt School for Girls and the Simpson Penn School for Boys.
The inaugural program provided support to 32 students over four weeks in July and focused on academics with the boys and pe...

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July 05, 2011
BUT supports action on illegal students

President of the Bahamas Union of Teachers (BUT) Belinda Wilson expressed support yesterday for the removal of unregularized students from the public school system.
Wilson said teachers are willing to assist the Department of Immigration in identifying undocumented children.
Last week, Immigration Director Jack Thompson expressed the need for the Bahamas to "flush out" undocumented foreign nationa...

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