PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
Breakfast Feeding Program
The school's Breakfast Feeding Program Fund, administered through the Sisters of Mercy Business Office, got a boost of J$210,000 donated by the New York Tri-State Chapter of the Alumnae Association. The check was presented on their behalf by Heather Miller (Past President). Breakfast is provided daily for needy students at the Campus Ministry's Centre on the campus.
On hand were Velia Espeut, Campus Minister, Grace Boreland, Assistant Campus Minister, Elcena Christie, Guidance Counsellor/VP Lower School, and Michaeleen Gordon, of Room 702, Student Manager volunteer, and Beverley Miller Picart, alumna and Margaret Little Wilson, President of the Jamaica Chapter.
Alpha Tri-State alumnae are always thinking of ways to give back to their alma mater. One area that the association thinks it could be helpful in, is by awarding scholarships to needy students. This is just in the embryonic stages. As decisions, plans, procedures are finalized it will be posted here.
The alumnae association would like to start a new program to assist the student athletes. The program would fundraise to help with the costs associated with sending the athletes and coaches to different sporting events, especially the Penn Relays. This program is also in the early stages. As decisions, plans, procedures are finalized it will be posted here.