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Corporate Hands | Power company presents tablets to Old Harbour students

Published:Thursday | December 2, 2021 | 12:08 AM
Leisa Batiste-Whyte (left), general manager at South Jamaica Power Company (SJPC) and Antonette Mckoy-Nembhard (second left), administrative assistant and accounting clerk at SJPC, present chip-enabled 10-inch Android tablets to grade-five students Samuel
Leisa Batiste-Whyte (left), general manager at South Jamaica Power Company (SJPC) and Antonette Mckoy-Nembhard (second left), administrative assistant and accounting clerk at SJPC, present chip-enabled 10-inch Android tablets to grade-five students Samuel Lewis (third left) and Jaden Matthews (third right) at Old Harbour Bay Primary School. The SJPC delivered tablets valued at $425,000 to grade-five and grade-six students of the school in support of students’ preparations for the Primary Exit Profile examinations. Sharing in the moment are principal Sandra Clarke-Morrison (second right) and vice-principal Kimeka Hayles-Watson.