STATHS CANADIANS ARE HOT

Congratulations to our STATHS Alumni in Canada on becoming a certified non-profit organization, (July 2018). In December of 2018, this group donated $500, earmarked for the future solar program. Even before becoming a bonafide non-profit, they donated $350 to the school’s mentorship program in December of 2017 . Not to be forgotten, Norma Edwards, from the class of 1965, for many years without a formal organization, tasked herself with collecting annually, and along with (former headgirl class of ’66), Marjorie Taylor-Bedasse of Expedia Cruiseship Center, organized annual cruises for at least 10 years, donating directly to the school each year. … Continue reading STATHS CANADIANS ARE HOT

FROM CLASS OF ’65

CORBETT MARSH, “Ruddy”, age 72 years, late of 8 Seaton Crescent, Spanish Town, formally of Fellowship Hall, Ocho Rios and Montego Bay, passed away on June 7th, 2019. Corbett is well remembered by most classmates. He graduated in 1965, became an engineer, specialized in building construction, worked with the Ministry of Housing, the UDC and CIVCON Ltd. He is survived by his wife Sybil, children Curtis, Dionne, Shay, Neville, 7 grand-children, mother Ida, stepmother Biatris, 3 sisters, 5 brothers, nieces, nephews, in-laws, other relatives and friends. His funeral service will be on Saturday, July 6th 2019, at 11.00 am at … Continue reading FROM CLASS OF ’65

BIRD KILLERS

Killing two birds with one stone .While in Jamaica attending the Diaspora Conference in Kingston, on June 19th, STATHS N.E. Alumni President Archie Roberts, Cedric George and Secretary Melanie Forrest-George, were able to have an introductory meeting with recently appointed principal Dr. Worrel Hibbert. Also gracing the table was StATHS alumni and school board member, Sybil Jones, who is also President of the Jamaican Alumni Association. Continue reading BIRD KILLERS