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Abaco Premier of ECC Documentary has Emotional Impact

A showing of the Every Child Counts documentary film entitled "Every Child Counts. The amazing story of the little Abaco School that Did" was shown at the school on the evening of February 16. The world premiere of this international documentary film took place last year on April 26 at the National Art Gallery in Nassau with government officials and other dignitaries in attendance and was extremely well received.

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University Course Engages ECC School and Bahamian Culture; Student Lives Impacted

Twenty four sociology students from Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada, were on Abaco for the week of February 14-22 to participate in a new university credit course, ‘International Community Engagement ' hosted at Every Child Counts School.

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All Abaco District Awards 2015 Recognizes Top Students

The Department of Education held its 7th All Abaco District Awards Ceremony at Latterrain Ministries on Jan. 28 under the theme: “Excellence for All… Yes, We Say So!”

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Catholic Board of Education Celebrates Educational Milestones

A frenzied waving of flags and a motorcade through the streets of Abaco ended in a Junkanoo rush-out at St. Francis de Sales Catholic School.

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Kiwanis’ Key Club Hosts Youth and Leadership Training Conclave

The Kiwanis Club of Central Abaco’s Key Club organized its first Youth and Leadership Training Conclave on Jan. 31.

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Arawaks Win ACH Interhouse Sports Competition

Two days of intense competition between the four houses of Abaco Central High School resulted in the Arawaks winning it all. The event was held Thursday and Friday, January 29-30 at Murphy Town Park. The first day was dedicated to track events in the morning and field events in the afternoon, in three age categories: under-fifteen, under-seventeen and under-twenty for both males and females.

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CAPS Students Participate in Kindness Week

Kindness was the order of the day as students at Central Abaco Primary School (CAPS) embarked upon a weeklong challenge.

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Bahamian Gospel Artist Visits Schools to Share Purpose

Kathleen Knowles, founder of Heal Our Land Community and Social Programme, organized an event called A Joshua Generation: Abaco Youth Gospel Talent Explosion at Friendship Tabernacle Church on Jan. 23.

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Falcons Hold Ceremony and Parade to Celebrate Junkanoo Victory

The Forest Heights Academy Falcons participated in the Junior Junkanoo Parade in Nassau on December 13, 2014 and marched out with first place. Two Falcon members even won the King and Queen of the National Parade: Casiah Pinder and Rocky Thompson.

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FHA Falcons victorious in Nassau Junkanoo Parade

Forest Heights Academy (FHA) participated in Nassau’s Junior Junkanoo Parade on December 13. The FHA Falcons surprised the nation, but not themselves or those who follow their program, by taking the competitions top spot. FHA is also the high school champion for Abaco’s Junior Junkanoo for three years running.

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