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I am Renae C. Samuel, your Vice
President candidate for the Grenada
Netball Association.
I am a Human Resource Consultant and
Director of Women's Football in
GRENADA. I am currently pursuing my
PHD in Human Resource Management
(2024) while doing a Post Graduate
Diploma in Sports Management, both with the University of the West
Indies.
I am a former national football player and manager, in addition to
and playing netball domestically and regionally, representing the
University of the West Indies Open Campus.
I am versatile, outspoken and selfless. One of my secrets to success
is self-affirmation before starting each day. Throughout my journey,
I've learned the following: the success of a man is not defined by
what is achieved but by the process.
I have been involved in Sports Management and Administration for
over ten (10) years and have been able to advocate on behalf of
clubs, associations and players. With my knowledge, experience and
expertise I am confident that I can help to promote positive and
innovative outcomes in the Netball environment.
Communication is an integral part of any organization and
can be the means by which an organization succeeds or fails.
“There is only one thing in the world worse than being talked
about, and that is not being talked about” Oscar Wilde.
I am Staciann Lake, nominee for the post of Public Relations.
As a trained broadcaster with years of experience in the fields
of Corporate Communications/PR, Marketing, Events
Management, Broadcasting, Customer Service and Banking; I
have been blessed in acquiring knowledge and skills that have
allowed me to positively impact organizations and individuals;
I am a firm believer in using sports as a tool to build
character.
When I previously sat in the role of Public Relations Officer more than twelve (12) years ago,
with the support of the then executive team, I was able to transform the public’s view on
the sport and take our local netball to a level of marketability that was never seen before.
My goal is to do just that again. Through my networking efforts I was able to have our local
netball shown in local and regional media, thus allowing many who were unable to be at
the venue enjoy the talent on display. Grenada Netball was being talked about on
numerous local, regional and international sports programs; ultimately it was through my
international networking that the ball began rolling, which led to a historic moment in
Grenada, with the signing of our first international player; and there are more opportunities
like this waiting to be tapped into.
As Public Relations Officer, my aim is to return Grenada Netball to the its rightful position.
Ensuring that every form of media whether social or public is utilized in promoting our
sport, while ensuring that there are platforms and avenues available for players and
supporters to share their concerns and participate in growing the ever-changing sport, we
all love. Will this be an easy feat? No, it will not. However, I am known by everyone for my
creative skills, determination and team work attitude in getting the work done, whether as
a player or an administrator.
Let’s get everyone talking and excited again about our sport of Netball!!
Fun Facts
• Favorite Sport other than Netball; Volleyball, Track & Field, Gymnastics & Football
• Wanted to be a doctor but changed career after being told I must dissect a frog.
• Can sleep for more than 24 hours without eating.
• Cries whenever I laugh too much.
• Favourite junk snack: Strawberry Twizzlers
A Teacher by profession, present Secretary of the Grenada Netball Association, National Player and Captain of the Male Netball Team, a great Organizer, Multitasker, Team Worker and Go Getter who is diverse with numerous Skills and Talents and Vigorously Excels under the Motto “Nothing but the best is good enough”. The Sky maintains my limit. I am, no other than this handsome figure in the photo placed before you, Lebert Alexander.
I am overwhelmed with experiences. I served as President for the Caribbean countries for a period of Six (6) years in succession at my University in Cuba. At the same time, I fulfilled the duty of Minister of Culture in the same institution for Five (5) years. On my final year, I was President of the graduating class of 2012 finishing in the top Six (6) spots and captured the title of Most Outstanding Student in the areas of Social Development and Culture.
Netball is my life, my heartbeat, my passion, and I will continue to pour out my Mind, Body and Soul to the development of the Sport in the beautiful Tri Island State of Grenada Carriacou and Petit Martinique.
Your Votes today for me, as Publicity Officer, on the Executive of the Grenada Netball Association would never ever go unnoticed, neither as an unproductive one. I promise to bear you good fruits, fruits of top quality and in abundance. Vote for Lebert Alexander!
May God richly bless all of you.
Name: Sheldon Anthony Phillip
Address: Mt. Moritz, St. George.
Religion: Roman Catholic
Marital Status: Married.
Education:
Mt. Moritz Anglican School (1981-1987)
Happy Hill Secondary School (1987-1993)
T.A. Marryshow Community College (1993-1995)
Occupation:
Banker, employed at Republic Bank Grenada Limited from August 8, 2000 to Present.
Biography:
Sheldon Anthony Phillip was born and raised in Mt. Moritz, St. George and is still resident in this village. Sheldon has always been an actively involved in church and community activities.
Sheldon has always been active in a variety of sports from representing his Schools and village to representing Grenada. Listed below are sports & teams Sheldon have represented and currently represent in his sporting career.
Mt. Moritz Anglican School: Football
Happy Hill Secondary School: Choir & Volley-Ball
Community: Basketball & Football.
Past teams represented in Basketball: Tornadoes, Southern Pros, St. Pauls Basketball Club, Sparklers Basket Ball Club.
Current Team representing in Basketball: Sweaters United (Team Captain)
Past teams represented in Football: Honved F.C.
Current Team representing in Football: Veterans F.C & Real Old Men Football Club (Executive member)
Sheldon has also represented his employers locally and regionally in Football, Cricket, Track & Field, Basketball and Netball.
Sheldon Phillip has also been a member of the Rotaract Club of Grenada for over twelve years from 2000-2013 and has served on the executive in many positions as the director of the following committees; Club Services, Professional Development, Finance and also as Vice-President of this distinguished club.
Mr. Phillip is currently a member of the Mt. Moritz R.C Church committee responsible for the financial affairs of the church, a committee that spearheaded the funding & construction of the said church.
To whom it may concern I received information from my children teacher of the school for special education that we the parents were to have a meeting set by this ministry the teacher gave dates as to which these meetings were set however there was no such meeting and a reason for not having them were not given the meeting was for parents to express their ordeals and receive feedback from said ministry as to a way forward for the betterment of all my question is why wasn't the meetings held? And why wasn't a feedback given explaining this to parents ? Also are these meeting going to be held ? If so when? Please saying one thing and doing another is very double standard and gives a negative representation towards the MOE
IF you can please clear this up it would be greatly appreciated

Yours respectfully
A very concerned parent
https://youtu.be/we7VvX_Ikd8 listen to the WORDS
can u hive some info on vouchers please will it be given this year??
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Mission: To facilitate the development of global citizens who are able to realize their full potential through lifelong learning. Vision: To see a well-managed education system that promotes the principles of morality, equity, relevance, accountability and lifelong learning opportunities that will provide an educated and skilled citizenry, capable of making a meaningful contribution to society.

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23/09/2021

Continued provision of stipend to scholarship awardees affected by COVID-19 pandemic - September 22nd, 2021

COVID-19 Economic Support Secretariat (CESS) 23/09/2021

COVID-19 Economic Support Secretariat (CESS)

𝙄𝙛 𝙮𝙤𝙪 𝙤𝙧 𝙨𝙤𝙢𝙚𝙤𝙣𝙚 𝙮𝙤𝙪 𝙠𝙣𝙤𝙬 (𝙞𝙣𝙙𝙞𝙫𝙞𝙙𝙪𝙖𝙡𝙨 𝙖𝙣𝙙 𝙨𝙢𝙖𝙡𝙡 𝙗𝙪𝙨𝙞𝙣𝙚𝙨𝙨 𝙤𝙬𝙣𝙚𝙧𝙨) 𝙞𝙨 𝙖𝙛𝙛𝙚𝙘𝙩𝙚𝙙 𝙗𝙮 𝙩𝙝𝙚 𝙥𝙖𝙣𝙙𝙚𝙢𝙞𝙘 𝙖𝙣𝙙 𝙢𝙖𝙮 𝙣𝙚𝙚𝙙 𝙚𝙘𝙤𝙣𝙤𝙢𝙞𝙘 𝙨𝙪𝙥𝙥𝙤𝙧𝙩; 𝙥𝙡𝙚𝙖𝙨𝙚 𝙘𝙤𝙣𝙩𝙖𝙘𝙩:
THE COVID ECONOMIC SUPPORT SECRETARIAT
Kirani James Athletic Stadium (East Wing)
Ground Floor
Contact Number: 416-0097
Website: https://www.finance.gd/index.php/cessec

COVID-19 Economic Support Secretariat (CESS) Ministry of Finance, Planning, Economic Development and Physical Development Grenada - Financial Complex - The Carenage St. George’s GRENADA, W.I. -- Telephone: (473) 440-2731 – (4) - Facsimile: (473) 440-4115 - Telex: (473)3418 - E-mail: [email protected] / [email protected]....

INTERNET CONNECTIVITY PROGRAMME FORM 23/09/2021

INTERNET CONNECTIVITY PROGRAMME FORM

EXTENDING BROADBAND INTERNET ACCESS TO VULNERABLE HOUSEHOLDS: The Government of Grenada’s Internet Connectivity Programme is extending broadcast access to vulnerable households with a particular focus on students sitting examinations in 2022, as an immediate priority.

https://www.finance.gd/index.php/application-form/internet-connectivity-programme-form

INTERNET CONNECTIVITY PROGRAMME FORM Ministry of Finance, Planning, Economic Development and Physical Development Grenada - Financial Complex - The Carenage St. George’s GRENADA, W.I. -- Telephone: (473) 440-2731 – (4) - Facsimile: (473) 440-4115 - Telex: (473)3418 - E-mail: [email protected] / [email protected]....

23/09/2021

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20/09/2021

UPDATE ON DEVICE DISTRIBUTION FOR MICHAELMAS TERM

UPDATE ON DEVICE DISTRIBUTION FOR MICHAELMAS TERM

18/09/2021

Ministry of Education says guided by the Ministry of Heath, remote learning will continue

St. George: September 18, 2021:

The Ministry of Education, Human Resource Development, Religious Affairs and Information is extending the suspension of face-to-face learning, based on the guidance of the Ministry of Health.

Given the fluidity of the COVID-19 situation in Grenada, and the need to balance education and health, the Ministry says school will remain online until further notice.

While it is concerned that some students are currently unable to participate in online learning activities, it says this decision is in the best interest of all concerned.

The Ministry says it will continue to be guided by the advice of the Ministry of Health, regarding a possible date for the return of students to the physical classroom.

It commends all stakeholders for the invaluable role being played to support the continuation of teaching and learning, as we grapple with the challenges associated with the pandemic, and is heartened by the many reports of dedication, creativity and determination of teachers and principals.

The Ministry of Education also extends its sincerest condolences to principals, teachers and education officials who have recently lost loved ones to COVID-19.

It reminds all that vaccination offers protection against the deadly virus and can help prevent severe disease, hospitalisation and death.

Ministry of Education says guided by the Ministry of Heath, remote learning will continue

St. George: September 18, 2021:

The Ministry of Education, Human Resource Development, Religious Affairs and Information is extending the suspension of face-to-face learning, based on the guidance of the Ministry of Health.

Given the fluidity of the COVID-19 situation in Grenada, and the need to balance education and health, the Ministry says school will remain online until further notice.

While it is concerned that some students are currently unable to participate in online learning activities, it says this decision is in the best interest of all concerned.

The Ministry says it will continue to be guided by the advice of the Ministry of Health, regarding a possible date for the return of students to the physical classroom.

It commends all stakeholders for the invaluable role being played to support the continuation of teaching and learning, as we grapple with the challenges associated with the pandemic, and is heartened by the many reports of dedication, creativity and determination of teachers and principals.

The Ministry of Education also extends its sincerest condolences to principals, teachers and education officials who have recently lost loved ones to COVID-19.

It reminds all that vaccination offers protection against the deadly virus and can help prevent severe disease, hospitalisation and death.

18/09/2021

MESSAGE OF CONDOLENCE ON DEATH OF MR. DEVON FRANCIQUE, MEMBER OF STAFF AT THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT, RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS AND INFORMATION

The Minister and Management of the Ministry of Education, Human Resource Development, Religious Affairs, and Information is deeply saddened by the unexpected passing of our friend and colleague, Mr. Devon Francique.

The news of Devon’s passing comes as a shock to everyone.

He was a simple, compassionate, gentle soul who devoted decades to educating our children and promoting our culture. He always enjoyed life to the fullest and his positive outlook on life was admirable, even contagious.

In his stint with us at the Ministry of Education, he was a remarkable organizer and orator who constantly advocated for the Staff Care Programme. Mr. Francique played a key role in hosting various social staff events and was highly regarded by everyone who had the honour to meet him.

The Ministry extends sincere condolences to his family and to all who mourn his passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

As we continue to navigate through these unprecedented times, we are assured in Psalms 46:1 - “God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.”

May God’s peace and comfort envelop us as we remember our dear Devon. May he Rest in Peace.

Be strong and keep safe. 🙏🏽

MESSAGE OF CONDOLENCE ON DEATH OF MR. DEVON FRANCIQUE, MEMBER OF STAFF AT THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT, RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS AND INFORMATION

The Minister and Management of the Ministry of Education, Human Resource Development, Religious Affairs, and Information is deeply saddened by the unexpected passing of our friend and colleague, Mr. Devon Francique.

The news of Devon’s passing comes as a shock to everyone.

He was a simple, compassionate, gentle soul who devoted decades to educating our children and promoting our culture. He always enjoyed life to the fullest and his positive outlook on life was admirable, even contagious.

In his stint with us at the Ministry of Education, he was a remarkable organizer and orator who constantly advocated for the Staff Care Programme. Mr. Francique played a key role in hosting various social staff events and was highly regarded by everyone who had the honour to meet him.

The Ministry extends sincere condolences to his family and to all who mourn his passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

As we continue to navigate through these unprecedented times, we are assured in Psalms 46:1 - “God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.”

May God’s peace and comfort envelop us as we remember our dear Devon. May he Rest in Peace.

Be strong and keep safe. 🙏🏽

16/09/2021

September 25 and 26 declared national days for spiritual reflection - September 15, 2021

Photos from GIS - Government Information Service of Grenada's post 16/09/2021

Photos from GIS - Government Information Service of Grenada's post

15/09/2021

E-learning device distribution continues

15/09/2021

Enrollment Verification Forms Are Due.

Grenada Device Collection Form 15/09/2021

Grenada Device Collection Form

HAVEN'T COLLECTED YOUR CHILD'S E-LEARNING DEVICE YET?
You can place your request to do so here: https://forms.gle/dPuzURY8VvQDXxjB6

Grenada Device Collection Form Dear Parents/Guardians Submission of this form is an indication to the Ministry of Education that you would like to collect an eLearning device on the behalf of your child/ward. Provide all the information required so that the request can be processed in a timely manner. All Covid-19 protocols MUST....

Timeline Photos 14/09/2021

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11/09/2021

Get your children involved in planning their breaks and lunches. If they are
part of it, they’re more likely to eat it.

IMPORTANT TIPS:

👉 Use local foods that are in season to cut cost.

👉Know your child and prepare their lunches accordingly. If your child likes
variety, don’t give him or her peanut butter sandwich every day. Include at
least one food that your child likes so you’re sure it will be eaten.

👉Use easy-to-open containers and bottles and don’t forget to pack spoons and
forks, if needed.

👉Include a hand wipe in your child’s lunch bag so that they will be reminded
to eat with clean hands.

👉Remember to limit sugar and salt, saturated fats.

👉Avoid giving packaged snacks and soda to your children as these contain empty calories and are high in sugar, salt and fat. Offering your child unhealthy foods can lead to lifelong unhealthy.

INFO : GFNC

10/09/2021

A message from the Child Protection Authority….

A message from the Child Protection Authority….

Photos from Ministry of Education Grenada's post 10/09/2021

Please note the following from CXC.

09/09/2021
Photos from Ministry of Education Grenada's post 09/09/2021

ARE YOU HAVING ISSUES WITH ZOOM ON YOUR CHILD’S E-LEARNING DEVICE? HERE’S WHAT YOU CAN DO: Zoom is installed and enabled on all secondary and school devices. If it’s not functional or visible on your son/daughter's device, please contact the Ministry of Education at 440-2737 and our help desk can solve the problem.
You can also place a request to collect your child's device, if you haven't gotten it yet, here: https://forms.gle/dPuzURY8VvQDXxjB6
Emmalin Pierre

09/09/2021
09/09/2021

TAMCC PROGRAMS: SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION
We are accepting applications!
Contact us at [email protected]
473-440-1389
Follow us on Facebook & Instagram
Visit our website www.tamcc.edu.gd

09/09/2021

TAMCC NEWS: (SKYE-UK-AID) Skills for Youth Empowerment in the Caribbean sponsored CVQ level 2 program
See our Advertisement below.
Interested persons can contact the School of Continuing Education
on 440-1389 EXT 2225,2274, 2328 or 537-4528
We are happy to assist you.

09/09/2021

TAMCC PROGRAMME
School of Continuing Education
Thinking of pursuing an associate degree in Criminal Justice?
We are accepting applications NOW!
Contact us at 473-440-1389 ext. 2229
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.tamcc.edu.gd
Follow us on Facebook and Instagram

09/09/2021
09/09/2021

TAMCC COURSES
Check out our short term courses offered by the School of Continuing Education
We are ready to accept your applications!
Contact us on 4734401389 ext. 2274,2273,2328
Email [email protected]
Visit our website www.tamcc.edu.gd
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09/09/2021

TAMCC NOTICE
Temporary Closure

07/09/2021
07/09/2021

Post-Cabinet Press Briefing Tuesday 7th September 2021

Post-Cabinet Press Briefing Tuesday 7th September 2021
Facilitated by
Hon. Nickolas Steele; Minister for Health and Social Security
Dr. Carol McIntosh; Director of Hospital Services
and
Hannah Julien St. Paul; (Ag.) Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Health responsible for Hospital and Community Health Services

06/09/2021

Hi everyone, please take advantage of our national COVID-19 vaccination drive which continues this week, September 6 - 10, 2021, at the following locations from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Remember you can choose one of the two COVID-19 Vaccines (Pfizer or AstraZeneca) that are available.
Please remember to walk with a valid photo ID, such as your Driver’s license, NIS card, or Passport for quick registration. Persons returning for their second dose are reminded to walk with their COVID-19 VACCINATION CARD.
ALL COVID-19 HEALTH and SAFETY PROTOCOLS WILL BE ENFORCED. Don't Wait, VACCINATE! See Less

06/09/2021

An Hour of Prayer to Start the Michael-mass School Term

An Hour of Prayer to Start the Michael-mass School Term

06/09/2021
Photos from GIS - Government Information Service of Grenada's post 04/09/2021

Photos from GIS - Government Information Service of Grenada's post

Photos from Ministry of Education Grenada's post 04/09/2021

Grenadian student and footballer Ronaldo Joseph is now a scholar athlete at Western Illinois University.

Joseph will play striker for the NCAA Division I-AA Leathernecks located in Illinois, USA. He is the first Grenadian scholar athlete at the institution that has also offered academic scholarships to local TAMCC grads.

Eight other Grenadians have started their degrees online at WIU with minimal tuition costs. Several others, including Marcus Baptiste of St. David and Jelissa Baptiste of St. Andrew earned full graduate assistantship and complete tuition waivers for master's degrees. Two other Grenadians are also registered for doctoral degrees in leadership.

WIU allows TAMCC grads to begin their degrees online, saving the cost of housing and other costs, and then migrate to the campus in the USA for the final year or two, depending on the field of study. Over 60 bachelors, masters, and doctoral degrees are offered.

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Post-Cabinet Press Briefing Tuesday 7th September 2021
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National Address by Dr. the Rt. Hon. Keith Mitchell; Prime Minister of Grenada. September 3rd, 2021
House Of Representative Meeting  Friday September 3rd 2021
Ministry Of Health Press Conference 27th August 2021
The University of the West Indies, Townhall Meeting
Presentation Ceremony - OECS/USAID/EBCJTE. UWI Reading Certificate Course
Post Cabinet Press Briefing Tuesday 24th August 2021
Post-Cabinet Press Briefing Tuesday 17th August 2021
Post-Cabinet Press Briefing Tuesday 10th August 2021
Statement on COVID-19 by Dr. Shawn Charles August 4th, 2021

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