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Published:Tuesday | December 1, 2020 | 4:44 AM
High-low bell sleeves add movement to Sophia Forbes’ royal blue number.
High-low bell sleeves add movement to Sophia Forbes’ royal blue number.
La Sonja Harrison emanates warmth in head-to-toe earth tones.
La Sonja Harrison emanates warmth in head-to-toe earth tones.
Ardenne High School Principal Nadine Molloy is presented with the 2020 Roll of Honour Award by Jamaica Teachers’ Association President Jasford Gabriel during the awards ceremony, held last Thursday at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel.
Ardenne High School Principal Nadine Molloy is presented with the 2020 Roll of Honour Award by Jamaica Teachers’ Association President Jasford Gabriel during the awards ceremony, held last Thursday at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel.
Georgia Waugh Richards (left) and Dr Charmaine Gooden Monteith are evidence that great minds often think alike.
Georgia Waugh Richards (left) and Dr Charmaine Gooden Monteith are evidence that great minds often think alike.
Tamara 
Shaw, national PR chair, Jamaica Teachers’ Association, makes the honour roll of 
style in a white 
A-line dress and statement heels.
Tamara Shaw, national PR chair, Jamaica Teachers’ Association, makes the honour roll of style in a white A-line dress and statement heels.
Miss JTA 2020 DonoMar Waite, winner of the first nationally organised Mr and Ms JTA pageant, at the Jamaica Teachers’ Association Roll of Honour Awards.
Miss JTA 2020 DonoMar Waite, winner of the first nationally organised Mr and Ms JTA pageant, at the Jamaica Teachers’ Association Roll of Honour Awards.
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There is no better time than now to salute those who work in the education sector. The Jamaica Teachers’ Association did just that during its annual Roll of Honour Awards last Thursday, when Nadine Molloy, principal of Ardenne High School, received its highest distinction — the Roll of Honour Award — for her outstanding service to Jamaica in the field of education. Here are the highlights.