The 2013 St. Philip Parish Ambassadors, Shamari Harrison and Shakeria Trotman, continued their primary school visits this week with tours and motivational talks with Class 4 students of the St. Mark’s Primary School and the St. Philip Primary School.
As part of the project “Ah Like Muh Self Ah like Muh Health”, the ambassadors spoke about entering secondary schools, expectations of secondary school and eating right during studying at the secondary level.
Trotman told the students: “Secondary school prepares you for life so cherish your days there.”
Harrison added: “Be aware of bullying and stay away from drugs.” The ambassadors also taught the students an anti-drug jingle written by chairman of the 2013 St. Philip Parish Independence Committee, Carl Alff Padmore.
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