Itinerary March 2011

Itinerary for Global Field Experience in Jamaican Schools,

March 19 – 26, 2011

led by Dr. David Stoloff, Professor, Education Dept, and Julisa De Los Santos, Housing Director, Eastern Connecticut State University

Participants:

Curtissa Solana Faith Cofield Rivera’s reflections 

Roseline Gonzalez

Catherine Elizabeth Dillon’s reflections 

Megan Louise Sniffin’s reflections

Wiley Tyrone Dawson Jr.

Katherine Jean Roome’s reflections

Whitley Candace Mingo

A slide-show presentation by Megan Sniffin –

http://cid-dfea38663207708c.office.live.com/self.aspx/Spring%202011/Jamaica%20Megan%20Sniffin%200511.wmv

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Our van left Eastern at 3 am with 7 travellers.

departure –  DL 719   19 MAR  *JFK MBJ departs 835A arrives 1151A in Montego Bay

Headquarters – Toby’s Resort, 1 Kent Avenue, Montego Bay, Jamaica,  call 1-800-238-0767

Saturday, 3/19 – settling in, first walk on beach front and Hip Strip, dinner at Toby’s

Sunday, 3/20breakfast at Toby’s, banquet honoring the 14 years of the Hanover Educational Foundation-Eastern Connecticut State University partnership in Lucea at the Global Village, visits to St. Mary’s, Lucea Parish Church, Hanover, Reverend Pervical Lynch’s Church, and Fort Charlotte

Monday, 3/21 – Breakfast at Toby’s, visit to Bethel Primary and Junior High, Hopewell High had a “Jamaican talent” event and we didn’t visit, sunset on the beach, evening on the Hip Strip

09002 Bethel Primary and Junior High Hopewell P.O., Hopewell 956-5392 Government 4. Montego Bay

Tuesday, 3/22 – breakfast at Toby’s, Montego Bay Community College, Ministry of Education, lunch at Jerkies, crafts market downtown

Wednesday, 3/23 – Breakfast at Toby’s, other meals in Negril or Montego Bay – Wednesday Tourist Day !!

Thursday, 3/24 – Sam Sharpe Teachers College (Contact Mr. A. Pinnock), lunch at SSTC

08900 Sam Sharpe Teachers’ College Granville P.O. 952-4000 Government 4. Montego Bay

Friday, 3/25 – Breakfast at Toby’s,

St James High (Contact Phillip Johnson)

08050 St. James High Montego Bay # 2 P.O. 971-3837 Government 4. Montego Bay

Knockalva Technical High (Contact Cavel Grayson)

09042 Knockalva Technical High Ramble District, Ramble P.O. 797-9052 Government 4. Montego Bay

Hopewell High School (Mrs. Irving)

08050 St. James High Montego Bay # 2 P.O. 971-3837 Government 4. Montego Bay

Saturday, 3/26, breakfast before going to airport, lunch/dinner in Atlanta

DL 358   26 MAR  MBJ ATL departs 1124A arrives 323P

DL2586  26 MAR ATL LGA* departs 540P arrives 810P

Contact information of Educators we met on our travels:

SCHOOL DATE &TIME PRINCIPAL CONTACT NAME TEL/CELL #
BETHEL PRIMARY AND JUNIOR HIGH 21ST AM MR. FABIAN FORD MRS. HAZLE 956-5392
HOPEWELL HIGH 21ST PM MRS. IRVING MRS. BOWEN 956-5175
MONTEGO BAY COMMUNITY COLLEGE 22ND AM MRS. SAMMUELS MRS. MILLER 979-8164
MINISTRY OF EDUCATION REGION 4 22NDPM MR. DEVON RUDDOCK  Ms. Hyacinth Stern – 953-6892 953-6929684-96891-888-991-9135
FREE DAY FREE DAY FREE
SAM SHARPE TEACHERS’ COLLEGE 24TH AM MR. AUSBURN PINNOCK  Constance Bogle – 450-8277 601-1486
KNOCKALVA TECHNICAL HIGH 24TH PM MS. B. ROPER MS. CAVEL GRAYSON 442 6972 952-4000
ST. JAMES HIGH 25TH MR. JOSEPH WILLIAMS MR. PHILLIP JOHNSON

940-4153

979-3021

952-2940

892-8242330-4646956-8680
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3 Responses to Itinerary March 2011

  1. Maria Elena Letford says:

    Is there any report or comment available on the Global Field Experience in Jamaican Schools?

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