This teacher from Galloway Early Childhood Institution in Westmoreland left Sandals Negril on Teachers’ Day, with an extra piece of jewellery as her name was randomly selected to win the beautiful accessory courtesy of the resort shop. Pictured with her is Renee Deleon, regional public relation coordinator at Sandals Negril.
Jason Williams, music teacher at three primary schools across the regions of Westmoreland and Hanover walked away with a weekend pass at Sandals, Beaches and Grand Pineapple Negril’s Teachers’ Day function. Sandals Resorts treated over 400 teachers and Williams was elated to be in the number. “I am very happy, I am thrilled and I feel great because I don’t normally get these opportunities.”
Principal at Mount Airy Primary and Infant Karen Mckenzie (right), didn’t catch Harry this year (the weekend pass) but she surely caught his shirt…literally! She was equally happy with this year’s prize. Management trainee at Sandals Negril, Lavena Barnett, handed her the prize.
This teacher seems to have drifted off into la la land under the skilled hands of Sandals Negril’s Red Lane Spa Therapist Verita Mowatt who happily offered complimentary neck, back, head and hand massages.
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