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13-year-old Inland Empire Girl Committed Suicide Education News Featured News Jamaica Headline News Jamaican News Latest News Teen News US News World News 

13-year-old Inland Empire Girl Committed Suicide

CALIMESA, Calif. (KABC) – 13-year-old Inland Empire Girl Committed Suicide: A vigil was planned Friday night at Mesa View Middle School in Calimesa, where the parents of a 13-year old girl say she was bullied so badly, she eventually took her own life. Charlene Avila and her husband, along with the rest of the family, are saying goodbye to their... Read More
Mount Salem Primary And Junior High Prize Giving-Marlon Campbell Education News Featured News Jamaica Headline News Jamaican News Kids Corner Latest Jamaican News Latest News People Teen News Western Jamaica News 

Mount Salem Primary And Junior High Prize Giving-Marlon Campbell

Montego Bay, Jamaica (McKoy’s News)- Mount Salem Primary And Junior High Prize Giving-Marlon Campbell: The Mount Salem Primary and Junior High School in St James held their prize giving ceremony on Thursday November 16. The event was held at the Emmanuel Chapel on Vernon Drive. Several students received trophies and buttons for their outstanding performances over the school term. Among... Read More
Teenage Relationships Featured News Jamaica Headline News Jamaican News Latest News Love Sex and Relationships Teen News 

Teenage Relationships

(Mckoys News)-Teenage relationships: The mutual joining of two people, that’s the way I see a relationship.  How do you see a relationship between two teenagers? When one becomes a teenager, they tend to have a crush, this girl they like, or this boy they like, just to have someone they feel comfortable being around. For teenagers being in a relationship is... Read More
DACOSTA CUP UPDATE: Schools Progress To Second Round Featured News Jamaica Headline News Jamaican News Latest Jamaican News Latest News Sports Teen News 

DACOSTA CUP UPDATE: Schools Progress To Second Round

Jamaica- DACOSTA CUP UPDATE: Schools Progress To Second Round: Another eight schools have secured their spots in the second round of the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA)/FLOW daCosta Cup football competition, following Saturday’s round of return-leg matches. Among the qualifiers on Saturday were Holmwood Technical and Alston High, who both secured the two automatic second round spots from Group G. Those spots were... Read More
$1.4B Disbursed to Secondary Schools Education News Featured News Jamaica Headline News Jamaican News Latest Jamaican News Latest News Teen News 

$1.4B Disbursed to Secondary Schools

Kingston, Jamaica (Mckoy’s News) – $1.4B Disbursed to Secondary Schools:  Secondary School Principals are in receipt of disbursements from the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information. The disbursement; which totaled 1.4 billion dollars, are for the academic year 2017/2018, is the first for four tranches to be paid for the period. Minister of Education, Youth and Information Senator Ruel Reid... Read More
Three Kingston Teachers Forcibly Cut Boy’s Hair – ARRESTED Education News Featured News Jamaica Headline News Jamaican News Latest Jamaican News Latest News Teen News 

Three Kingston Teachers Forcibly Cut Boy’s Hair – ARRESTED

Kingston, Jamaica (Mckoy’s News) – Teachers Forcibly Cut Boy’s Hair: Three teachers from the Vauxhall High School in Kingston have been charged by police for holding down a student and cutting his hair.   According to reports, on Tuesday, three teachers reportedly held down a student and gave him a haircut against his will.  Thursday (June 1), the teachers were... Read More
Three Main Causes of Teenage Pregnancies – Ackeem Smith Ackeem Smith Education News Featured Columnist Featured News Jamaica Headline News Jamaican News Latest Jamaican News Latest News Teen News Weekend Reads 

Three Main Causes of Teenage Pregnancies – Ackeem Smith

Teenage Pregnancies are regular occurrences among our girls in our global society. Furthermore, it is important to note that nearly all teen pregnancies are unintended. The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) defines Teenage pregnancy as a teenage girl, within the ages of 13-19, becoming pregnant. The term in everyday speech usually refers to girls who have not yet reached legal adulthood, which... Read More
Discipline without Beating Ackeem Smith Education News Featured Columnist Featured News Jamaica Headline News Jamaican News Latest News Teen News Weekend Reads 

Discipline without Beating

There are several interpretations given to the definition of discipline, and these have caused misunderstanding. The United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF), lucidly defines ‘discipline’ as a process that enables children to become social, productive and responsible adults, which is maintained by a set of rules that governs behaviour and conduct with the aim of developing character. ‘Therefore, discipline... Read More
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