The OAaSIS seeks to furnish the already pledged building with books, at least one computer and volunteer teachers as a start, and needs volunteers.
This July, on Saturday 17, the OAaSIS networking team will share at the Trench Town Rock.
In a meeting on Thursday, March 18th the Honourable Minister Andrew Holness, of Jamaica’s Ministry of Education, commited support for the Foundation.
So good manners should be taught to children. For sure enough when good manners are learnt, children –
feel good about themselves
By the cool of the flowing river in the Searganntville Community, Saint Catherine, OAaSIS volunteers will host a one-day workshop at the church building.
The OAaSIS Family can have updates through tevelised broadcast, courtesy of the increasingly popular YouTube.com services.
Recently, Smile Jamaica took OAaSIS International Foundation, Derrick Wilks, a director; Kandi-Lee Crooks-Smith, principal of Allman Town to TV land.