Dear fellow alumni, I am sure that the pandemic has affected many of us in some way or another, including our desire to keep a presence on Facebook. It is now time to revive the spirit of giving and get back to work for NRMSS Alumni Association.
The organization is preparing for its biennial elections and Annual General Meeting which will include presenting a newly elected Executive Committee. Yes, despite the fire, the school continues to be in existence, and some students are attending remote classes while the senior classes continue to use other available spaces in the auditorium and lunch areas.
The organization continues to support the students as was done in the past and will continue to provide the annual incentives of awarding the top 10 students, including laptops for the top four. Let’s continue to ignite the spark, and support students to focus on learning and reaching the apex of their high school years.
The organization has come this far, and your continued participation is pivotal to keep the organization going so that it can provide for the students. In order to do so, we need to pass the torch on and would like your participation. Please click here to complete the questionnaire to update your contact information and/or recommend someone who you think can be an asset to the organization. Nominations will end on March 31, 2022. All positions are open.
Please join us at the Virtual Annual General Meeting on Saturday, April 23, at 6PM to meet the new Executive Committee. Invitation to follow.
To provide financial assistance to our alma mater, North Ruimveldt Multilateral School Secondary (NRMSS), Guyana to assure the stability of the school which contributes to academic excellence and the development of Guyana. We therefore work to strengthen material support for educational growth and enrichment activities needed by the students to maximize their social, emotional, and academic success; and to create program opportunities for students to fully engage with their communities and participate meaningfully in the educational mainstream.