Another Promise made and kept by the Nevis Island Administration

Premier of Nevis, Hon. Joseph Parry with children holding their laptops
Premier of Nevis, Hon. Joseph Parry with children holding their laptops
Charlestown,Nevis(Friday, March 23, 2012)–Premier of Nevis and Minister of Education, the Hon. Joseph Parry said he was elated that all high school students on Nevis now have their personal laptops, compliments of the Nevis Island Administration (NIA).

“I believe the computers would enhance the performance of the students, and I hope the students understand the importance of owning the computers, caring for it and using it appropriately,” said Premier Parry.

The Federal Ministry of  Education on Thursday handed over 722 computers to the Permanent Secretary in Education  Mrs. Lornette Queeley-Connor and Minister in the NIA Mr. Dwight Cozier, which were distributed to first, second and third formers at the Charlestown, Gingerland and Lyn Jeffers Secondary Schools later in the day.
Charlestown Secondary School girls- Jazzee Connor, Ann Bussue and Jade Slack holding their laptops
Thursday’s distribution marked the final phase (on Nevis) of the  One-to-One Laptop Program which was initially an initiative of the Federal Government. It was, however, expanded to include high school students on Nevis, through the negotiations of Premier Parry and the Nevis Reformation Party-led NIA, with assistance from the Federal Attorney-General the Hon. Patrice Nisbett.

Third, fourth, fifth and Sixth Form students received their laptops last year.

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