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While Astrid Clavel from Our Lady of Guadalupe Primary School in Corozal Town puts her school on the spotlight, preparations for the 25th anniversary of that educational institute is in full swing.  Today on our visit at the school we caught up with one of the organizers who gave us a sneak peak on the event.

Screen_Shot_2014-12-04_at_7.46.23_PMYarely Pol – Teacher / Organizer.

“This year is our 25th Anniversary and we are starting celebrations today with the Novenas, nine days of Novenas which starts today the 4th of December at 4:00 and then on the 12th the last Novenas we are going to have the two days activities for our school this year and the last Novena will be at 5:00 and then at 6:30 the mass where we will also be having some children that will be baptized on that day then on the 13th the Saturday we will have the whole day fair where we will have the business Expo where we want to not only work towards the school but also invite the business community and let them also be a part since they have been helping the school as well and so they will be having there discounts and so on and their different promotions here in school.”

According to Pol, the celebration is geared to bring back and thank all those who have contributed to the longevity of Our Lady of Guadalupe Primary school which is now one of the best catholic schools in the Corozal District.


Yarely Pol – Teacher / Organizer

“To gather those people that have helped in the life of the school not only today but in the past as we are a big family and for it to make it just vibrant and for the community of Altamira to because in the past the children had to walk all the way to St. Francis Xavier and so it was a long walk and so it is good for me to be here in such an important event.”

Businesses or individuals that are interested in forming part of this opportunity to showcase their business or any Christmas promotion can contact the school’s administration in Altamira Corozal.

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