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Wednesday, February 16, 2011- The Boguis Primary School has been provided with a new photocopier.  The donation was made by the Saint Lucia Electricity Services Ltd. (LUCELEC) on Tuesday, February 15. 

Accepting the photocopier was Principal Ms. Murina Julian who expressed thanks to LUCELEC for its donation, noting that the school had been without a proper photocopier for the past 10 years.  She explained that the copier would greatly assist in areas such as providing test papers and copying learning material for students.  In the past, she said, teachers at the school have lost productivity due to the inability to have these simple tasks accomplished. 

LUCELEC’S Corporate Communications Manager, Roger Joseph, who made the presentation on behalf of the Company, said LUCELEC is committed to partnering with the community to help ensure schools are adequately resourced.  “We don’t just see this as providing a photocopier, but as an opportunity to improve the learning environment and the lives of teachers and students of the Boguis Primary School,” he stated.    “This resource will, therefore, assist in enhancing both efficiency and productivity, allowing teachers to give greater attention to teaching.”

Also present at the ceremony was the District Education Officer, Mr. Everiste John.  Mr. John noted that one of the challenges for rural schools such as Boguis is sourcing funds for equipment.    “When you find a corporate entity such as LUCELEC coming on board, it’s very gratifying,” he said.  His hope is that this token will assist Boguis in increasing the percentage of common entrance passes.


Roger Joseph

Corporate Communications Manager

Tel: 758-457-4406 |Mobile: 758-484-3857


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