Corporate entities celebrated Teachers Day

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Corporate Jamaica including Sandals Resorts International and Carib Cement recognized the roles of teachers as Jamaica celebrated Teachers Day on May 10.

Sandals welcomed over 400 Teachers to experience their properties for Teacher’s Day 2017. During the celebrations Teachers were feted at special luncheons and engaged in various fun activities. To make the day that much more special, each resorts also extended gift tokens, day passes and weekends for two to any Sandals resort of choice to lucky teachers attending their celebrations. In the Whitehouse region, teachers were also taken on a special catamaran cruise courtesy of Island Routes® Adventure Tours.

Carib Cement General Manager Peter Donkersloot visited the nearby Harbour View primary school where he met with principal Lawrence Wright and spoke to students.

“Teachers play an important role in shaping the lives of the future of Jamaica. Our future Doctors, Lawyers, Engineers, Politicians, and others are today learning and dreaming in the Jamaica they want to live in thanks to thousands of teachers that go to work every day because they have the best interest of their students at heart. On this special day, Carib Cement wants to say congratulations and special thanks to our teachers in and around the communities of Rockfort, Windward Road, Harbour View and Bull Bay.” Carib Cement has recognized 25 of these schools in a tangible way by presenting them with tokens of our appreciation.

These Teachers from Blauwearie Primary school certainly had a great time cruising with Island Routes® on their 54-foot Soul Rebel Catamaran.
These Teachers from Blauwearie Primary school certainly had a great time cruising with Island Routes® on their 54-foot Soul Rebel Catamaran.
Tenesha Campbell-Wallace from Kings Primary school cops a prize from Entertainment Manager, Nicholas Nelson during Teacher’s Day celebrations at Sandals South Coast.
Tenesha Campbell-Wallace from Kings Primary school cops a prize from Entertainment Manager, Nicholas Nelson during Teacher’s Day celebrations at Sandals South Coast.
Sandals South Coast Entertainment Manager, Nicholas Nelson presents Lodanna Fraser from Culloden ECI with a Day Pass for two to the luxury included Sandals South Coast.
Sandals South Coast Entertainment Manager, Nicholas Nelson presents Lodanna Fraser from Culloden ECI with a Day Pass for two to the luxury included Sandals South Coast.
Principal of William Richards Memorial, Andrea Jeffrey (center) was the lucky winner of one of two luxury-included weekends for two to any Sandals Resort of her choice issued at the Teacher’s Day private luncheon at Sandals South Coast. Making the Presentation are Entertainment Manager, Nicholas Nelson and Public Relations Manager, Rochelle Forbes.
Principal of William Richards Memorial, Andrea Jeffrey (center) was the lucky winner of one of two luxury-included weekends for two to any Sandals Resort of her choice issued at the Teacher’s Day private luncheon at Sandals South Coast. Making the Presentation are Entertainment Manager, Nicholas Nelson and Public Relations Manager, Rochelle Forbes.
Peter Donkersloot, General Manager of Caribbean Cement Company Limited reading with students of Harbour View Primary.
Peter Donkersloot, General Manager of Caribbean Cement Company Limited reading with students of Harbour View Primary.
Peter Donkersloot, General Manager of Caribbean Cement Company Limited visits the Harbour View Primary School to celebrate Teachers’ Day with the Principal, Lawrence Wight.
Peter Donkersloot, General Manager of Caribbean Cement Company Limited visits the Harbour View Primary School to celebrate Teachers’ Day with the Principal, Lawrence Wight.
Sandals South Coast Public Relations Manager, Rochelle Forbes presents a luxury included Weekend for Two to Odette Hamilton, a teacher from Retrieve Basic School in Westmoreland.
Sandals South Coast Public Relations Manager, Rochelle Forbes presents a luxury included Weekend for Two to Odette Hamilton, a teacher from Retrieve Basic School in Westmoreland.

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