Some of the country’s top school leaders demonstrate their militant side, as they pose in army-like gear and camouflage to highlight JN Foundation’s School Leadership Summit scheduled for July 25 and 26 in Kingston.
At foreground is Kasan Troupe, principal of Denbigh High School in Clarendon. Back row (from left) are Nadine Molloy, principal, Ardenne High School in St Andrew; Coleen Montague, principal, Wolmer’s Girls’ School, Kingston; Oneal McCleod, National Mathematics Teacher of the Year of Godfrey Stewart High School, Westmoreland; Esther Tyson, former principal and JN Foundation’s School Leadership coach; Kandi-Lee Crooks-Smith, principal, Allman Town Primary, Kingston; and Dr Renee Rattray, director, education programmes, JN Foundation. Second row (from left) Lawrence Rowe, principal, Mile Gully High School in Manchester; Lynton Weir, principal, Old Harbour High School in St Catherine; and Karl Coke, Principal, Buff Bay Primary School in Portland.
The summit, being hosted under the theme, Join the Education Revolution, will feature several international and local educational leadership experts and is targeted at generating new thinking to improve leadership in schools and enhance school performance. School leaders may visit www.www.jnfoundation.com for more information.