Parents and Guardians of children attending the Marriaqua Government School, have been urged to continue to give support to their children and to the school.

This from Minister of Education and Parliamentary Representative for Marriaqua, St Clair ‘Jimmy’ Prince, as he spoke on Monday at the schools’ first assembly for the new school year 2018/2019.

The Minister of Education said he was happy to see so many parents at the first assembly.

To the principal and teachers, Minister Prince expressed hope that this will be a very productive year for them.

He noted that at the Ministry of Education they will continue to support them in whatever way they can and told them not to hesitate to call on the Ministry for whatever help they can give.

Principal of the Marriaqua Government School, Susan Joyles, urged the students to “study hard, pay attention to teachers, and to do their homework, noting that these are things that will produce children who will be successful.

The school also received a much needed paint job compliments the group “Country Meet Town and the Out of Trouble Family.” Coreas/Hazells also provided some assistance.