Caye Caulker is never short of having great news for the Community and the newest development on the island was having a much needed additional school building at CCRCS. This past Sunday, August 25, 2012, the two spanking new school buildings were blessed by Auxiliary Bishop of Belize City and Belmopan, Christopher Glancy, who also officiated Sunday’s Mass at Nuestra Senora de la Asuncion Church, well attended by members of the community.
The new classrooms will house two Std. 1 classes, very much needed for the school so as to avoid the overcrowding of classrooms. Members of the Caye Caulker Lobster Fest Committee also contributed much needed desks, chairs and fans to the two classrooms just in time for the new school year. Matthew Badillo was present to hand over the furniture and fans, which were bought from the proceeds of this year’s Lobster Fest, another successful fete for Caye Caulker in 2012. He continued to pledge his Committee’s assistance to projects that require much needed assistance in the future including Caye Caulker R.C. School.
Mrs. Beatrice Chan, Principal of CCRCS was very thankful and humbled to receive the much needed furniture on behalf of the school and thanked Bishop Glancy for his presence and his blessing on the 2 new classrooms. Fathers of students took out time to volunteer their services to paint the school building with the vibrant blue and bone colors.
spanking brand new school building at Caye Caulker Roman Catholic School
Humbled and Hard-working Members of the Caye Caulker Lobster Fest Committee
Top L-R: Ralph Humes, Porfilio Guzman, Brian Funes and Harvey Guzman
Lower L-R: Kevin Reynolds, Matthew Badillo, Ilda Marin and Andrew Novelo
The Caulker Caulker Chronicles would like to congratulate those, who made this project a reality especially with the assistance of Minister of Tourism and Area Representative, Hon. Manuel Heredia Jr. and Caye Caulker Chairman, Mr. Alberto Villanueva Jr.
Caye Caulker Chronicles