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Ministry of Education receives gifts from visiting Montserratians

GIU – The Ministry of Education is appreciative of the many gifts of educational supplies which have been received in recent weeks and throughout the year from visiting nationals.

Minister of Education Colin Riley humbly accepted on Friday a donation 60 notebooks an assortment of stationery, crayons and other supplies from Joycelyn Graham-Frederick.

Graham-Frederick has Montserratian roots and now lives in Atlanta, Georgia. She has requested that the gifts be given to the vulnerable and needy children on island.

Last December, Janetta Samuel and friends from North Carolina donated a supply of stationery and learning materials to be distributed to both of the public primary schools.

Earlier this week, the Association of MSS Graduates Inc., donated more EC$ 12,000 supplies and 15 computers for the Montserrat Secondary School.

Director of Education Glen Francis said the voluntary donations add value to the schools and enhance the learning experience for students.

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GIU – The Ministry of Education is appreciative of the many gifts of educational supplies which have been received in recent weeks and throughout the year from visiting nationals.

Minister of Education Colin Riley humbly accepted on Friday a donation 60 notebooks an assortment of stationery, crayons and other supplies from Joycelyn Graham-Frederick.

Graham-Frederick has Montserratian roots and now lives in Atlanta, Georgia. She has requested that the gifts be given to the vulnerable and needy children on island.

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Last December, Janetta Samuel and friends from North Carolina donated a supply of stationery and learning materials to be distributed to both of the public primary schools.

Earlier this week, the Association of MSS Graduates Inc., donated more EC$ 12,000 supplies and 15 computers for the Montserrat Secondary School.

Director of Education Glen Francis said the voluntary donations add value to the schools and enhance the learning experience for students.