Hailing from Portmore, St. Catherine, Ashley Duffus is a 19 years old Jamaican track and field champion. She advocates the importance of being a well-rounded individual because of its benefits such as knowing and experiencing more in life. These are the things that Ashley not only talked about but has lived. Her story is dynamic and powerful and should not be missed.
The importance of gratitude and helping others are some of the lessons Mrs. Patricia Eves-McKenzie learnt along her journey. The retired master teacher is a lover of life, God and positivity. She takes pleasure in helping people realise and achieve their goals, while reminding them that it is never too late to dream.
At just 19 years old, Sarrah-Ann has a significant number of accomplishments tucked under her belt. She is an example of a youth leader who is determined to use her skill and passion for learning to make a difference. She intends to impact the world positively, using education as her tool and fuel.
When responding to a pandemic, the first consideration must always be the safety and health of everyone in the country. As a result, social distancing and self-quarantining rules have been put into place. While the world continues to continue adjusting plans and responses to the Coronavirus, we have compiled a list of resources to assist parents/caregivers, students and educators with at-home learning.
Milton Brown is the poster child of confidence who walks around with his chest high, shoulders squared and takes control of every room he enters. This born educator has had to walk through many storms to arrive at his ultimate destination: Principal of White Marl Primary School.
Chevon Sewell and La Shawn Walford are both student volunteers who attend the University Of Technology, Jamaica and Nothern Caribbean University, respectively. These two students travel to Boys Town Primary and Infant School every Friday to give free Mathematics lessons to the grade six students.