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2011 FAM TOUR Technology in the SAHS Museum 10 Cecelio Ave | Kingston 10 |Jamaica, West Indies


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“Meet Em!e James ”   Retired Executive Administrator at St. Andrew High School (SAHS).

Ms. Emrie James

  Served over 42 years at SAHS

  SAHS named the museum in honour of Ms. James

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Meet our Curator

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Margaret Reckord Bernal,

Arts Jamaica

  SAHS Alumna   Cultural Arts Specialist   National Gallery, Kingston   JDF’s Military Museum, Kingston Network: Museums worldwide

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Design overview Jamaica’s first purpose-built High School Museum opened April 8, 2011   Architects:

Jackie Douglas-Brown & Christina Bookal

  Project Manager:

Maureen Chang & team

  Structural Engineer: Joe Hammond

Quantity Surveyor: Owen Grant

  Electrical Engineer: Harold Brown

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  Signage:

Trevor Figueroa, Steel Craft Ltd

  Memorabilia:

Donated and or solicited from past students

  Museum Docents:

Volunteers (retirees, alumni &/ current students)

  Specs:

Approx. 1,200 sq ft with Wi-Fi connectivity. •  Two, air-conditioning units; •  Overhead Projector (Slideshows & Videos); •  Desktop computer (Research & Archives); •  Armed and secured space; •  Lush Garden (Lower Level)&Balcony (Upper Level)


Vision

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SAHS Family

High Schools

Worldwide

Alumni Chapters

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What to expect?   Memory Bank   Room for Living History   Store   Technology in action   Literary Evenings   Live-streaming of marquis events

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Internal Customers

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SAHS

Key: SAF

Students

SAOGA

SAHS = SAF = SAOGA = PTA =

St. Andrew High School St. Andrew Foundation St. Andrew Old Girls’ Assoc. Parents Teachers Assoc.

PTA

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External Customers

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Tourists

Community

Schools & Historians

Suppliers

Museums

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Top-3 Reasons to Visit   History: Permanent exhibit about the rich and evolving history of St. Andrew High women and how live “Life More Abundant.” (The past, present & the future).

  Cerebral Events: Unique events including the Museum’s Literary Evenings where Top Authors, who happen to be SAHS Alumni, do book readings and book signings. Garden venue for meetings, weddings and cocktail functions. (Conditions Apply)   Shop: Memorabilia, Paintings, Postcards, Books Photography, Magazines, SAHS Paraphernalia & Exquisite Gifts Join us >> facebook.com/sahs.museum

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Testimonials: 10

  The Prime Minister of Jamaica, Hon. Andrew Holness (then Minister of Education) at the museum’s opening said: "I endorse this move and I must say from the bottom of my heart I respect this school," said Min. Holness. He also commended the school for documenting its "culture of excellence" for present and future generations, describing it as "the springboard on which they will leap to higher heights of excellence and success".   Chairman of the school's board of management, Professor Barbara Bailey, expressed the hope that generations of students will contribute their artifacts and expertise to the museum, and thus pass on the rich legacy of the school to future students.   Patron of the school's homecoming week Lady Hall, wife of former Governor General Sir Kenneth Hall and past student, in her remarks, noted that the standards of some schools had fallen because present students and administrators were "unaware of the reputation of the institution to which they had become heirs". She said the museum would help to ensure that no student is ever again is unaware of the school's history and contribution to Jamaica. Join us >> facebook.com/sahs.museum


Testimonials cont’d: 11

  International Museum Community - The Brooklyn Children’s Museum: “Impressive!”

Juliette Gray-Moliere [See my visit at youtube.com/sahsmuseum]

  St. George’s College Alumnus “Very impressed!” Sandor Panton, C.E.O – Top5Jamaica.com   Current St. Andrew High School Students & Alumni: “Way cool! Great female role models and awesome experience” Class of 2016 “Exceedingly proud of SAHS. Looking forward to our next visit”

Class of 2001

“Wow! Memories came alive and felt connected to the past.

Class of 1992

“First class museum experience. Will definitely recommend!”

Class of 1989

“Tears of joy. What a legacy!!!”

Class of 1962 Join us >> facebook.com/sahs.museum


Museum Tours

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  10a.m - 4p.m (Weekdays)   60-minute Tour (with or without a Museum Docent)   Booking required for Docents   Walk-ins accepted.

  Appointments suggested for Groups: > 4 persons sahsmuseum@gmail.com

  Schedule tours at alternate times and days:

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SAHS Museum & Social Media Tools You Tube

Blog Spot

Twitter

Face book

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Insights (as at 12Oct11)

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Impressions

Facebook Blog YouTube Twitter Email Facebook; 90% Connect at >> facebook.com/sahs.museum


Social Audience (as at 12Oct11)

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Other Europe

Facebook

Other Caribbean

Twitter Blogger

Jamaica

YouTube

Canada USA 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100%

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Marketing Opportunities  

Online Advertising with our Museum   Blog (Banner ads & Brand placement)   Facebook (Brand placement)   YouTube (Brand placement in videos)

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Events – Space for Retractable Banners

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Flyers & Museum Store as a Ticket Outlet   Commission (% of sales) applicable Flat screen T.V Advertisement   Captive audience in a secured area

  NOTE:

  No alcohol or gambling   School-friendly brands &   Women-centric products Email: sahsmuseum@gmail.com


Museum Garden at Night

Literary Evenings SAHS Authors Book Signings Readings & More

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Join our mailing list: sahsmuseum@gmail.com


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Coming SOON…

  January 2012 - Diane Browne, Book signing & Reading   March 2012 - Dr. Gillian Royes, Book signing & Reading

  LITERARY EVENINGS 2012

  November 2011 - Online Bazaar (Early Thanksgiving, Christmas & Kwanzaa Shopping)

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Thanks for visiting us! Keep in touch …

“Life More Abundant” One Family

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Prepared by: G.Peart

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Videos: youtube.com/sahsmuseum

The Emrie James Museum  

Slide show about Jamaica's first purpose built high school museum. The Emrie James Museum is located at St. Andrew High School for Girls

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