More Students Benefit from Flow Foundation, Sean Paul Foundation and Sandals Foundation Tablet Distribution PartnershipTuesday, March 30, 2021
Students from the Constant Spring Primary and Junior High and Greenwich Primary in Kingston and St. Andrew were among those to benefit from a second round of tablet distribution from the Sean Paul Foundation (SPF) in partnership with the Flow Foundation and the Sandals Foundation on March 23.
The foundations teamed up to distribute another 100 Android Tablets to primary school students across the island. This new donation marks a total of 200 tablets issued.
The Samsung Wi-Fi & Mobile Internet capable tablets are pre-loaded with 25GB of data and an LTE SIM.
The extensive distribution efforts were conducted in consultation with the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information and benefited over 22 schools in all 14 parishes.
Following the first round of distribution to 17 schools in January, an additional 15 schools received tablets in this second round. In addition to the schools in Kingston and St. Andrew, Jones Town Primary in St Thomas also received tablets in the county of Surrey.
In Middlesex, schools benefiting included: Achievers Multi Resource Center and York Town Primary in Clarendon, Albion Primary in Manchester, Lime Hall Primary and Clydesdale Primary in St. Ann and Jacks River Primary in St Mary.
Over in Cornwall, Geneva Primary in St. Elizabeth, Mount Hannah Primary and Claremont Primary in Hanover, Dundee Primary in Westmoreland, Hastings Primary in Trelawny and Glendevon Primary in St. James received devices to better equip them in their distance learning classes.