Commissioner of Education wishes students a productive school year.

Commissioner of Education, Chris Johnson, wished students of the Saba Comprehensive School, the island’s sole secondary institution, a productive school year and much success in achieving their goals.

The commissioner attended the first assembly of institution for the school year. In his address, Commissioner Johnson mentioned that the students would do well to emulate the success of the previous form 5 class which recently received the news that they had achieved a 100 percent pass rate in their CXC examinations.

Commissioner Chris Johnson (l), speaking to students of the Saba Comprehensive School, while the Director, Anton Hermans, looks on.  (Photo GIS Saba)
Commissioner Chris Johnson (l), speaking to students of the Saba Comprehensive School, while the Director, Anton Hermans, looks on.
(Photo GIS Saba)

Also during the assembly the students were addressed by the Director of the SCS, Anton Hermans who welcomed the students back to school and introduced to the staff and teachers.

Mr. Franklin Wilson, the new president of the Saba Educational Foundation was introduced to students. Mr. Wilson is a lifelong educator who recently took up the vacant post on the school board.

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