Central Abaco Primary School (CAPS) held its Annual Thanksgiving Service on Nov. 23. The theme was: “Give Thanks.” Teacher Simone Pinder introduced Tianna Bootle, head girl, as the moderator. Following the opening prayer by Deputy Head Boy Muhammed Anjum, and the Scripture Reading by Ashley Smith, the pre-school students came …
In what has become an annual event during the month of February, Central Abaco Primary School (CAPS) hosted its Picnic on the Lawn event on Feb. 21 between noon to 1 p.m. Over the years, the event has become a well-attended and successful one as parents and their children come …
Grade 6 Teacher of the Year – Paul G. Knowles – was the moderator for ‘Mr. Thompson Day,’ which was held at Central Abaco Primary School (CAPS) on Dec. 2.
In the latter part of July, a partnership to benefit the future athletes of Abaco was forged particularly for those of Central Abaco Primary School (CAPS). A long time coming, the Dundas Town Local Government Committee along with the administration, staff, students, parents, the PTA Board of CAPS and a …
“An Inclusive Commonwealth” was the theme of this year’s Commonwealth Day Assembly held at Central Abaco Primary School (CAPS) on March 14. Teacher Paul Knowles was the master of ceremony.
The grand entrance of honourees at the Majority Rule Assembly at Central Abaco Primary School (CAPS) on Jan. 8 signified a historic moment in time as the unsung heroes of Abaco were celebrated for their contributions. The theme: "A Tribute to Majority Rule: The Unsung Heroes of Abaco."
A donation of approximately 1,000 boys and girls uniform shirts were made to Central Abaco Primary School (CAPS) on Sept. 17 by Joetha Jones, along with Michael Jones, operation manager of Abaco Battery and Tyre/ Shell Station in Dundas Town.
Students of Central Abaco Primary School’s (CAPS) Discovery Club made a special presentation of a mulberry tree to the school for Earth Day on April 22. They were joined by Advisors Anastacia Dawkins and Donica Mackey.
Following a break-in at Central Abaco Primary School (CAPS) last year, the school sought assistance from corporate sponsors to replace their stolen computers.
Students and staff members of Central Abaco Primary School (CAPS) participated in a Literacy March in conjunction with the Kiwanis Club of Abaco and the Rotary Club of Abaco on April 14. Each grade level wore a different coloured shirt to promote the “One Book, One School” message.