Scotiabank donates Printer to Schools

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January 21, 2015

Scotiabank donated brand new printers to all schools in the Ministry of Education’s Northern Eastern District.

Kermit D. Forbes, Scotiabank’s Senior Manager, System Support Center and Ayinde K. Roache, Systems Team Lead presented Dressler Sherman, District Superintendent, Northeastern District with the printers. The color laser machines will be distributed, one each to the fifteen campuses in the district.

“Scotiabank has always had a strong commitment to education, and is proud to support these schools. In an increasingly competitive global marketplace, it is important to ensure that we are providing students with the tools and techniques to keep pace with ever-changing technologies,” said Maxine Seymour, Manager, Public & Corporate Affairs, Sponsorships & Philanthropy.

The fifteen schools in the Ministry of Education’s Northern Eastern District include, D. W. Davis Jr. High; L. W. Young Jr. High; C. I. Gibson Sr. High; Doris Johnson Sr. High; Centreville Primary; Columbus Primary; Palmdale Primary; Uriah McPhee Primary; Sandilands Primary; Thelma Gibson Primary; Hospital School; School for the Blind; P.A.C.E; T.A.P.S; and St Bede's Pre School.

Pictured above (l to r): Kermit D. Forbes, Scotiabank’s Senior Manager, System Support Center (SSC); Dressler Sherman, District Superintendent, Northeastern District and Ayinde K. Roache, Scotiabank’s Systems Team Lead, SSC.

News date : 01/21/2015    Category : About Bahamians, Business, Press Releases

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