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Published:Wednesday | October 14, 2020 | 12:12 AM
Karen Reynolds (left), principal of St Peter Claver Primary & Infant School, and Michelle-Ann Letman, manager, public relations and corporate social responsibility, Sagicor Group Jamaica, take a look at the renovated hand wash area and bathroom facilities
Karen Reynolds (left), principal of St Peter Claver Primary & Infant School, and Michelle-Ann Letman, manager, public relations and corporate social responsibility, Sagicor Group Jamaica, take a look at the renovated hand wash area and bathroom facilities at the school’s Infant Department.
Carla Drummond (left), Sagicor Bank branch manager, Savanna-la-Mar, accepts a plaque as a token of gratitude from principal of Petersville Early Childhood Institution, Simone Quest-Osullivans, in a new classroom built by the Sagicor Foundation as part of
Carla Drummond (left), Sagicor Bank branch manager, Savanna-la-Mar, accepts a plaque as a token of gratitude from principal of Petersville Early Childhood Institution, Simone Quest-Osullivans, in a new classroom built by the Sagicor Foundation as part of its 2019-20 Adopt-a-School Programe.
A view of a freshly-painted section of the Prime Time Early Childhood Institution school building.
A view of a freshly-painted section of the Prime Time Early Childhood Institution school building.
Michelle-Ann Letman (right), manager, public relations and corporate social responsibility, Sagicor Group Jamaica, unveils a sign at the Prime Time Early Childhood Institution in Denbigh, Clarendon,  alongside principal of the school, Eda Golding.
Michelle-Ann Letman (right), manager, public relations and corporate social responsibility, Sagicor Group Jamaica, unveils a sign at the Prime Time Early Childhood Institution in Denbigh, Clarendon, alongside principal of the school, Eda Golding.
Michelle-Ann Letman (left), manager, public relations and corporate social responsibility, Sagicor Group Jamaica, and Karen Reynolds, principal, St Peter Claver Primary & Infant School, share a playful moment in the swing during a tour of the newly renovat
Michelle-Ann Letman (left), manager, public relations and corporate social responsibility, Sagicor Group Jamaica, and Karen Reynolds, principal, St Peter Claver Primary & Infant School, share a playful moment in the swing during a tour of the newly renovated play area for the school’s Infant Department.
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The Sagicor Foundation recently closed out its 2019-20 Adopt-a-School Programme following major renovation work, totalling $18 million, at its three adopted schools: Prime Time Early Childhood Institution in Denbigh, Clarendon; Petersville Early Childhood Institution in Whitehouse, Westmoreland; and St Peter Claver Infant School on Waltham Park Road in Kingston. The schools all received major upgrades, including a new classroom, new and renovated restrooms, new sick bay, roof repairs, renovated play area, fresh paint jobs and a new school sign at each institution. Additionally, all schools received new or upgraded handwashing stations, as well as new computers and printers to provide printed and online learning solutions to the students. Here are some highlights from the foundation’s walk-through of the adopted schools last week: