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Established September 21, 1925
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M. Joan Reader Vocational Block IT Network Upgrade Project
Summer Project 2022 Now Underway
Our Goal: USD 24 million / JMD 3.6 million

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Principal Keeva Ingram’s Message

YOUR V-BLOCK DONATION LINKS

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JMD Savings: 1001355212

USD Savings: 1001355262

The Joan Reader Vocational Block (V-Block) was previously provisioned with bandwidth through the eLearning network which is no longer available; and was never linked to the School’s network. 

Our Objective:
To upgrade the IT infrastructure on the V-Block and link it to the School’s Network in time for the September term. This includes:

  • Upgrade and install network capacity;
  • Upgrade Telecom Room Server and Relocate to Main Equipment Room;
  • Link the V-Block network to the School’s network

 Whats in the Reader V-Block

  • IT Computer Labs
  • Foods labs and the New Foods Lab for Home Economics
  • Garden Theatre
  • Textile, Clothing and Fashion
  • Visual Art Performing Arts
  • Classrooms and Staff Rooms

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Maintaining the Legacy

Our journey from 1925 with 12 students to over 1500 students today and an earned reputation for academic excellence, has been achieved with the generous and dedicated support of many. We invite you to continue to help us to Maintain the Legacy with your donation.

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Donations to the School are coordinated and managed by the SAHS Foundation, established in 2005 by the Board of Governors and registered as a charitable organisation. Online giving is provided with the support of the St Andrew Alumnae Association Inc. – Washington DC Metro Chapter, a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit.