At 8:12a.m. when the OAaSIS International Foundation group arrived at St Theresa Prep on May 4, parents were already gone off to work as they wondered whether or not the day was going to happen. While at other schools around Jamaica, teachers went on strike, a love for St Theresa students and commitment to their growth had its staffers in full numbers for school. Within three minutes, staffers such as Earl Fyffe, art, Hazel Gray and Patricia Brammer assisted the initial group to set up.
Then the day began with the national anthem and prayer led by Dianne Taylor, principal, and enthusiasm soon was contagious to silence the children, aged 0-13, for most of the day.
Cordel Green, in his capacity of attorney-at-law endorsed the proceedings, while Winston