ZIZ News — Students of the Washington Archibald High School have now been given more time for their studies thanks to Premier Dental.
The shift system, which was implemented on May 7th, allotted students a half a day for their classes. Washington Archibald High would have the morning shift from 7:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. and Basseterre High in the afternoon from 1:15 to 6:00 p.m.
Premier Dental stepped in to aid the school by giving them an extra hour and a half of class time in their building at Taylor’s Range, just a couple steps away from the school.
Form 1a2 students Nashaunté Sutton and Tyla Hector stated that they are quite comfortable in the new environment and expressed thanks to Premier Dental for their generosity.
“We at the Washington Archibald High School would like to thank Premier Dental for investing in our education and giving us this area and rooms.”
Teacher Dwight Berridge stated that the classes have been going well as students and teachers alike are enjoying the clean and spacious rooms and are benefiting from the extra classes.
“We are quite satisfied with the extra classes that are being held at premier dental. I am able to come and reinforce some of the material in the afternoon, also to do some revision and prepare student for exams,” he said.
The Ministry of Education thanked the company for their kind gesture and its willingness to provide their facilities.