Graduates Can Fly
Grace Foods brand manager with responsibility for Catherine’s Peak Spring Water Kadia Harris (right) shares in a photo-op with Rose Danvers Taylor (left), acting principal, Mount Nebo Primary School in St Catherine, and grade six teacher Yanika Pitt as they show off the symbolic cheque for the school’s win in the Graduates Can Fly singing competition in the primary schools category. The Graduates Can Fly initiative, which is organised by the Global Empowerment Institute, was born out of the popularity of the song. Caterpillars Can Fly, produced by Agent Sasco and his daughter Lauren along with international speaker and writer Alvin Day being sung at graduations locally. The competition is in its second year and the top three schools in the primary and secondary categories were presented with their prizes at a ceremony held at the JN Group Corporate Office in Kingston on August 16. Catherine’s Peak was the presenting partner for the event.