News and Updates

09

Mar

Directors of the Union Gardens Foundation Gary ‘Butch’ Hendrickson, and chairman, Glen Christian present Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller with an artist’s rendition of a $150M infant school to be built in the Southwest St. Andrew community of Union Gardens.  The occasion was the launch of the Union Gardens School-building Project on Wednesday, March 4, at the Jamaica Pegasus, at which Foundation members outlined plans for the construction of the infant school which will serve 150 students aged 3-6 years.  The school will replicate the model of the Evelyn Mitchell Infant School which was built by Glen Christian and handed over to the Ministry of Education in 2010. Evelyn Mitchell is the only early childhood institution that has been designated a centre of excellence by the Ministry of Education.

Union Gardens Foundation Announces Multi-Million Dollar School Building Project

Directors of the Union Gardens Foundation have unveiled plans for a state of the art infant school to be built in the Southwest St. Andrew community of Union Gardens. At a function to launch the project, held at the Jamaica Pegasus on Wednesday March 4, Foundation directors Glen Christian and Gary ‘Butch’ Hendrickson unveiled an artist’s impression of the 11,000 square foot facility which will serve 150 students aged 3 to 6 years.