Jamaica News, Montego Bay: The Anchovy Primary School in Anchovy, St James, was given a new look on Thursday, October 25, when two arms of the Jamaica Constabulary Force in the Area One Division joined forces and carried out a cleaning up campaign, and painting on sections of the school block.
The event was done by officers attached to the St James Community Safety and Security Branch and the St James Federation Constable Branch Board.
Members of the school administration team shouted a special thank you to the police and stated that it was a very exciting moment for the entire school community, as teachers of the Grade three, the school guidance counselor and the principal joined in the event.
Detective Woman/Constable Nadine James, who also serves as Chairman of the St. James Federation Constable Branch, told our news that the police are very pleased with a job well done at the institution.
“we all managed to carry out the completion of the painting of grills, doors and other sections of the school, also the cleaning up of the compound,” Detective Constable James stated.
“this outreach exercise which is under the theme (Service Above Self) is the first of many, as the team will be embarking upon several other outreach programs in and around the parish of St James”.
Members of the St James Community Safety Department and the St James Federation Constable Branch pose with the principal and other members of the administrative staff at the Anchovy Primary School, following the face lift at the school last Thursday.