SINT MAARTEN (PHILIPSBURG) - Many schools throughout St. Maarten are continuously expanding their online e-learning classrooms. However, several students are still facing challenges due to the lack of proper resources to actively participate in the online classrooms without internet access and/or digital devices.
“Despite the economic downturns that have affected business operations, Motorworld Group remains dedicated to assisting the community, particularly steadfast educational institutions, such as the Methodist Agogic Centre (M.A.C.) and its students to support these vital areas,” shares Tariq Amjad, Managing Director, Motorworld Group of Companies. With this in mind, Motorworld Group has, once again, responded to the request of the educational community, by providing tablets to the students of M.A.C. Recently, a presentation of 10 tablets were made to Mrs. Rose Hughes Coram, Executive Director, Foundation Methodist Agogic Centre.
The M.A.C. schools are committed to developing in their pupils a strong love for learning, a high level of self-esteem, independence and self-discipline. Therefore, M.A.C. develops and implements a curriculum that is broad, balanced and challenging, so as to give their students the opportunities to experience success in learning.
“We are indeed very appreciative of this generous donation of 10 tablets that we can, in turn, supply to our students in order for them to be able to continue with the new normal of online learning,” shares Mrs. Coram. “Education must continue! A great big ‘Thank You’ to the Management of Motorworld for heeding the call to assist our parents and students, which is much appreciated!”