It was an emotional day for those attending the memorial service for Tara Joan Varga at Angels Academy on Feb. 6, 2017. The event was themed a celebration of the “Life of Our Angel: Tara Joan Varga.”
Lyford Cay International School (LCIS) is currently recruiting the best and brightest students in The Bahamas for enrolment in the 2016-17 school year.
On October 14, students of Angels Academy participated in a Mock Parliament session at the school. Students from Grades 5 and 6 were represented as the Speaker of the House, clerks and honourable Members of Parliament for select islands.
On May 20, the Police Superintendent, accompanied by two of his fellow officer, visited Angels Academy school in Marsh Harbour.
Commonwealth Day was celebrated in grand style at Angels Academy on March 13, and students of the school took the lead in entertaining the guests with their lively performances during a special assembly.
On Nov. 25, Angels Academy students made a donation to the Abaco Cancer Society. On behalf of the Cancer Society, Veronica Saunders accepted the donation from Roscoe Thompson IV, head boy and Taylor Knowles, head girl.
Angels Academy had a great turnout for their School Carnival on October 18. Games, food, face-painting and a bouncy castle were the highlights of the event. Faculty and staff were particularly pleased that they had more people from the wider community attend the carnival this year.
Angels Academy’s students and staff added a holiday spin to last year’s Christmas Program with “A Christmas Peter Pan” story, which was directed by Stacey Adderley, the school’s drama teacher.
The morning of October 31 was an exciting one for the students of Angels Academy who, from Pre-K to grade 6, came to school that day dressed in Halloween costumes. The dress up and parade was a fun activity for teachers and students alike. Additionally, small prizes were awarded for costumes.
Angels Academy held its third annual fund raising fair from Noon to 4 pm on the first Saturday of November. It was a hot day for the season, but it did not prevent the many people attending the carnival from having a great time.