Aug 6, 2017
In New York
Contact: Patrick S. Zephyr
Posted by Pragmatist at 10:11 AM
Aug 3, 2017
The Camp commenced August 02 to 04,2017 at SSC, (75) participants attended from an estimated (100).
Dr David Singh presided at the opening session vice Mr Chris Fernandes (Bd. Chair). Welcome Remarks were delivered by Mrs Paulette Merell (Principal-SSC).
Dr Mayrose Salvador and her team of volunteers were given a warm welcome and at the end of the Camp they were taken on a trip to the majestic Kaieteur Falls.
Participants at the Camp enjoyed the (3) days of interactive sessions organised by the facilitators. The days activities were very exciting due to the practicality and simplicity of the experiments done. Also in attendance at the Camp were members of Team Guyana just back from their highly successful Robotic competition in the USA
At the close of the Science Camp certificates of participation were issued participants and tokens of appreciation given to Mayrose and team.
On behalf of the School Board , the Ministry of Education and participants we say Thank You to Toronto Alumni,Mayrose and team and all others who helped to make the Camp a reality.Vibert Hart.
Posted by Pragmatist at 8:38 PM
Aug 1, 2017
Jul 25, 2017
Urgent Need for LLL Saints Volunteers
Alumni and Well-Wishers,
In order to make a success of the Last Lap Lime in 2017, SSCAAT needs a large number of volunteers (about 25) to work at different booths on Monday August 7th, 2017.
We also need 5 volunteers to help in setting up tents on the preceding Sunday and taking the same down on the following Tuesday in order to avoid having to pay somebody to do these necessary tasks. Volunteers present on the Monday will be given free entry tickets and lunch. Each volunteer is being asked to cover a four-hour shift.
This year the need for LLL volunteers is even more urgent as only four instead of the usual five schools are participating. Please offer your voluntary services to ensure a financially successful 2017 Last Lap Lime. Without your help this will not be possible.
indicating your willingness to help.
Posted by Pragmatist at 8:55 AM