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Aidonia gives 300,000 in grant funds to alma mater

Aidonia gives 300,000 in grant funds to alma mater Featured

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Dancehall deejay Aidonia will be making a second instalment in his One Voice Foundation and Sheldon Lawrence Scholarship programmes to his alma mater, Maxfield Park Primary School in Kingston, on Friday.

 

The initiative, worth almost $300,000, will be awarded to five grade-six students. The top student — who exemplifies good behaviour and attitude; maintains the highest grades; makes overall progress throughout their primary school tenure and passes their GSAT Examinations — will receive an annual grant of $200,000 for high school. The remaining four will each receive a $20,000 book voucher annually, to offset high school expenses.

 

Last year, principal of the institution, Annette McDonald lauded the entertainer for his efforts while encouraging others to emulate his path.

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