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Corporate Hands | NCB Foundation eases printing challenges at St Bess school

Published:Thursday | April 26, 2018 | 12:00 AM
Maryann Singh (left), service quality manager, NCB Black River; Charmaine King (second left) and Marsha Bailey (third left), teachers at Black River Primary and Infant School; Camille Stewart (second right), business development representative, NCB Black River; and Sharon Whyte (right), principal at the school, share the lens with a few students, as well as other teachers, as they receive their new Risograph machine donated by the NCB Foundation. One of 33 schools across the island adopted by the bank under its Adopt-A-School programme, the Black River school will now be better able to print test papers and report cards for its students, as well as end-of-year appraisals for its teachers. The new printer, valued at $343,675, is slated to ease the burden of using off-site facilities for printing documents for the school’s more than 1,000 students.