Schools get educational material from Nagico Insurances

POSTED: 05/10/11 12:31 PM

St. Maarten – Nagico Insurances made hefty donations of educational material to more than ten schools and playschools on the island yesterday as part of its move to facilitate and support Foundation Based Education.

According to Nagico’s Marketing and Communications department, this donation was just one of the many ways in which the company wants to play its part in preparing the way to a brighter future for young children.

“We don’t need a special occasion to make a contribution like this, because we believe that for the educational system to work, students and teachers must be properly equipped with the basic tools they need to lay the foundation for a good education. Therefore, some primary schools and daycares were randomly chosen and presented with items to jump-start the process,” the department stated in a press release.

Among the items distributed were: crayon books, pencils, crayons, erasers, pencil cases, back packs, driver’s manuals, folders and tote bags. Among the schools that received these items were The Methodist Agogic Center, St. Joseph Elementary School, The Oranje Elementary School, Hillside Christian School, Sr. Magda Primary School, The I Can Foundation, The Seventh Day Adventist School, Ryle, Ryan & Friends Playschool, Barney Playschool, St. Dominic Primary, Joan’s Afternoon School, Bob the Builder School and AHEAD Center of Excellence.

“Nagico is more than just an insurance company, we pride ourselves in being social partners and as such we try to focus on key areas in the society and to inspire the young in education, sports and culture,” its marketing department stated.

Nagico has also been inspiring its young employees to further their education by giving them the opportunity to pursue various degrees, diplomas, certificates and courses financed by the company. “To be successful in a business you have to have the right people, with the right qualifications and training to offer good service and good service means happy clients,” the company stated.


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