$20M classroom block built at Black River High School


An https://zipfm.net/2021/02/26/low-price-cialis/ additional classroom block has been built at Black River High School in St. Elizabeth at a cost of approximately $20 million.

The structure, which includes four classrooms and a staff room, was built as part of the Japanese government’s Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Project and is expected to help alleviate overcrowding at the institution. The National Education Trust (NET) was in charge of overseeing the block’s completion.

Addressing the ceremony, Minister of Education, Youth and Information, Hon. Fayval Williams, informed order cialis canada that Black River High, which was originally built to accommodate 600 students, now has an enrolment of approximately 1,700.

Against this background, she said the additional classrooms will provide a more comfortable learning environment for the students and facilitate the removal of the shift system from the institution.