Time Is Short – Don’t Be Late
Basseterre, St. Kitts – Nevis
October 30, 2010 (CUOPM)
Monday November 1st is the deadline for former St. Theresa’s Convent High School and St. Joseph’s Primary School principals, teachers, students, parents and guardians to submit photos and memories for inclusion in a magazine to mark the opening of the new Immaculate Conception Catholic School.
According to the Immaculate Conception Co-Cathedral, photos that were also taken during the time when both schools were in operation will also be appreciated.
“Photos can be submitted via email to Parish Priest Father Bernard Latus at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or dropped off personally. Group photos presented will be scanned and returned to the owners. We also will be grateful for written memories or short stories from the history of the two schools,” said the Bulletin.
Congratulatory messages sponsoring the magazine are also welcomed.
The St. Theresa Convent School was first opened in 1896, closed a year later and re-opened in 1912. The St. Joseph Primary School was first opened in 1903. Both schools were merged in September this year and is known as The Immaculate Conception Catholic School. The new school will officially on December 12th 2010.
The full-colour magazine will be launched in February 2011 to celebrate the St. Theresa’s Convent School and the St. Joseph’s School as well as the new Immaculate Conception Catholic School.
Ms Lisa Pistana is Principal of the Secondary School and Mrs, Vernice Rogers, Principal of the Primary School with Dr. Patricia Hensley as Head of the School.
The mission of the school is to create a World Class Institution, with World Class Teachers who provide world class effective instruction using a world class curriculum that greatly exceeds minimum standards in buildings that are well-designed and equipped for students and their needs.