June 12, 2021

Cayman Islands Immigration Department donates computers and cell phones to school

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The IT Department of Cayman Academy has been boosted by 15 computers and five cellular phones donated by the Cayman Islands Government Immigration.

Presenting the gift on Thursday (8 December), Deputy Chief Immigration Officer Gary Wong said that the Immigration Department “was very interested in assisting schools in the Cayman Islands, particularly in the area of information technology,” given the increasing role of computers in today’s world.

Cayman Academy’s principal, Dr. O’Neil Duncan, thanked the department for the gifts and their interest in building schools’ technological capacity. The principal said that expanding computer technology capacity at Cayman Academy would enable increased numbers of students to access the school’s IT offerings.

Attending the presentation, Pastor Shion O’Connor, President of Cayman Islands Conference of Seventh-day Adventists and Chairman of Cayman Academy’s School Board, thanked the Immigration Department on behalf of the school board and the Conference for the generous gift to the school.

The Immigration Department was one of 35 private companies and government departments that participated in the recent Cayman Academy Career’s Fair.

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