“Construction has begun on new Grammar School”, says Melissa Skerrit

Through her Twitter account, she stated that the construction work on the new Grammar School has started and will be completed very soon. 

"Construction has begun on new Grammar School", says Melissa Skerrit

Roseau, Dominica: Melissa Poponne Skerrit- Parliamentary Representative for Roseau Central Constituency, shared an update on the ongoing construction of the new Grammer School that is being built in Dominica. 

Through her Twitter account, she stated that the construction work on the new Grammar School has started and will be completed very soon. 

She wrote, “Construction has begun on the new Grammar School.”

Melissa Skerrit further outlined various facilities and features of the Grammar school. She added that the new building would provide more space for existing and new students while also expanding the school’s subject offerings. 

Melissa Skerrit said that Work would happen throughout the year 2022 while adding, “Work will continue throughout 2022. We remain committed to the tradition of educational excellence.”

She expressed and showed affirmation of their commitment toward advanced education and the uplifted education sector in the country. 

The Commonwealth of Dominica is currently working on various projects, including the Dominica Grammar school is undergoing a facelift that will set it apart from other educational buildings on the Caribbean island.

 The rehabilitation of the school, which started in April 2022 and is expected to be completed in 2024, will ensure that students and teachers will have a modernized and more comfortable teaching and learning environment. 

The rehabilitation works are being undertaken by the Montreal Management and Consultants Establishment Ltd. 

MMCE will retain the two existing buildings but with major renovation works externally and internally. The renovations works will modernize both structures to achieve harmony with the new buildings. 

A third major building will be built similar to the two existing buildings for classes and lecturers. Other areas on the campus will include a library, an administration building, a sporting facility, a greenhouse, green areas and a modern auditorium that can host up to five hundred people. 

Prime Minister Dr Roosevelt Skerrit, who had announced the project, says he is happy to see the project advancing as it will enhance the aesthetics while also creating a new environment for those who will use it.