Former Chancellor makes presentation to alma mater

FORMER Chancellor of the Judiciary, Desiree Bernard recently presented two sets of Economics text books for ‘A’ level classes and a set of Music books for one first form and one second form.

The former chancellor, who is now a judge on the Caribbean Court of Justice in Trinidad and Tobago, made the presentation on behalf of the Trinidad Chapter of the Bishops’ High School Old Students’ Association.

The presentation was made at a moving special general assembly at the school earlier this month, where scripture was read and the national pledge was recited. The school choir also sang the Hymn for Guyana’s Children.

Sixth Former, Saud Aziz, who is the student representative on the Board of Governors, expressed appreciation to the Trinidad Chapter on behalf of the School.
from Guyana Chronicle of 12 November, 2006