Sunday, 3 July 2011

PM Bruce Golding brings cheer, inspiration to Marlie Mount graduates

TOKEN OF APPRECIATION: Graduate Tashieka Hart presents a gift to PM Bruce Golding, who delivered the keynote address at the graduation ceremony at the Marlie Mount Primary and Infant School in Old Harbour last Tuesday, June 28. Golding advised the graduating class to tap into the horizon of opportunities within their reach so as to excel and build a foundation for a lifetime of career opportunities. He also appealed to parents to take a keener interest in the developmental process of their children.

KEEN EARS: Golding urges the Marlie Mount Primary graduates to use every opportunity and resource to gain knowledge, as they now live in an age where information is just a mouse click away. He also encouraged the grads to be ready to build relationships with the teachers they will have when they go to higher institutions of learning. This, he said, would assist in aiding their learning process.

GRAND DAMES: Golding greets Mable Grandison (right), the first past principal of the Marlie Mount Primary and Infant School at the school’s graduation ceremony on June 28 in St. Catherine. The PM urged the graduates to use every opportunity and resource to gain knowledge as they are in an information era where the computer and internet can allow them access to the biggest libraries of the world. Standing beside Mrs. Grandison is Herma Johnson, a past teacher.

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