Education


(L-R) The rehabilitated and upgraded Police Academy road, Principal Morris and gasoline dealer Janteh

(L-R) Motorbike riders on the paved road and students during devotion at the Police Academy Public School yesterday

School, Residents, Businesses Grateful for Paved Police Academy Road

The Principal of the Police Academy Elementary and Junior High School, Mrs. Theresa Morris, gasoline seller Moses Janteh, and motorbike rider Joseph Suah and many others have expressed gratitude to the Ministry of Public Works for the pavement of the Police Academy Road in Paynesville, “which now makes life a little easier for all.”


Mrs. Sherman, left, founder of JWFMI and Mrs Whisnant, supervisor of JWFMI

Students Deserve Effective Learning Experience

The founder of the John W.F. Sherman Memorial Institute (JWFSMI), located on Front Street in Monrovia, Mrs. Kellita Sherman, says effective instructional methods provide good learning experience for students.

She said the JWFSMI has developed a system that provides effective instruction to children who are enrolled at the institute, which has contributed to an increase in enrolment.

In an interview with the Daily Observer recently, she said her institute also provides a chance for children roaming the streets of Monrovia to prepare for the future.

Students Deserve Effective Learning Experience

The founder of the John W.F. Sherman Memorial Institute (JWFSMI), located on Front Street in Monrovia, Mrs. Kellita Sherman, says effective instructional methods provide good learning experience for students.

She said the JWFSMI has developed a system that provides effective instruction to children who are enrolled at the institute, which has contributed to an increase in enrolment.

In an interview with the Daily Observer recently, she said her institute also provides a chance for children roaming the streets of Monrovia to prepare for the future.


Students enjoy learning together in the computer lab

The agriculture farm remains viable to the Devos Village

Lab technician takes sample from one of the patients

Alexander Ketter Academy Making a Difference

In spite of its location on the premises of the Providence Foundation in Devos Village near Bo-Waterside in Grand Cape Mount County, residents testified that the Alexander Ketter Academy is making a difference in the county’s education sector.

The school, which runs from 7th to 12th grade, is named in honor of the late Deacon of the Baptist Church.

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