Thursday, April 18, 2024

Farley passes the baton


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THE RECENTLY RETIRED PRINCIPAL of the Graydon Sealy Secondary School yesterday lauded the staff and spoke highly of the new head who assumes duties officially on Monday.

Matthew Farley had his last day on the job before handing over to his successor Beverly Bancroft in mid-afternoon.

“My final task was orientation for the first formers,” Farley said of the 184 new students, many of whom attended school yesterday dressed in uniform to hear of the dos and don’ts at the school. It included an inspection to see that they had adhered to the dress code.

Some students were already in breach of the rules, with one boy having his hair cut with designs. Fortunately for him, by the time school starts on September 8, his hair should have grown enough to cover the designs.

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