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Dedication of newly-refurbished Stephen Dillet Primary School
Oct 3, 2017 - 3:30:56 PM

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NASSAU, The Bahamas -- Minister of Education, Science and Technology, the Hon. Jeffrey Lloyd gave the keynote address on Monday at the Dedication of newly-refurbished Stephen Dillet Primary School.  Addressing students, parents, administrators, teachers, other staff of Stephen Dillet Primary School, and senior Ministry of Education officials, Minister Lloyd said $4 million was spent on the refurbishment which took place from June 1 to October 1, 2017. Thirty general classrooms, two pre-school classrooms, a Tuck Shop, a lunchtime area and offices are all among amendments and improvements made to the physical plant of the Wulff Road & Windsor Lane urban educational establishment.  Fr. William Quiamjot dedicated the school through prayer.  Minister Lloyd is pictured chatting with descendants of the late Stephen Dillet for whom the school is named.  (BIS Photos/Derek Smith)

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