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SAJ staff joins Marcus Garvey School in celebrating their graduates

Published:Monday | July 30, 2018 | 11:21 PM
The graduating class and members of staff at Marcus Garvey School share a moment with members of the SAJ staff at their graduation ceremony that was held recently.
Father Rohan G. Tulloch at the Marcus Garvey School presents a certificate to a female graduate at a ceremony held recently.
From left: Father Mark Hallinan at Marcus Garvey School and Camille Spence, librarian/accounting officer at the Shipping Association of Jamaica presents a graduation certificate and token to a member of the graduating class at a ceremony held recently.
From left: Father Mark Hallinan at Marcus Garvey School and Jean Hinds, internal auditor at the Shipping Association of Jamaica presents a young graduate with his certificate and token at their graduation held recently.
Judonna Smikle, teacher at Marcus Garvey School, assists graduates with their valedictorian speech at a ceremony held recently.
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Shipping Association of Jamaica (SAJ) staff members joined teachers, parents, and well-wishers to celebrate the 20 young graduates of the Marcus Garvey School in Greenwich Farm, Kingston, at their ceremony, held at the Holy Name of Jesus Church on Wednesday, June 27. The Marcus Garvey Staff Committee of the SAJ rewarded the graduating students with backpacks. The school is sponsored by the SAJ, which provides support for school infrastructure and activities.

In addition to this, the staff supports a feeding programme for the students through voluntary monthly contributions.

The Ministry of Education reports that the Marcus Garvey School is the best-performing basic school in its region. See pictorials highlights below.