PRESS RELEASE – ON Wednesday, the leading girls primary school in Saint Lucia celebrated International Internet Day with the nation’s and the Caribbean’s number one telecommunications service provider, Flow. Ave Maria Girls Primary School hosted a number of activities for students, including encouraging them to come to school with internet-capable devices, which were powered with a free 100 MBps wireless internet connection.
The young ladies, guided by their teachers, were delighted to be able to do research online, including learning more about internet etiquette, online safety, the history, positives and negatives of the internet.
Adriana Mitchel-Gideon, Flow’s Product Manager for Broadband and TV, also met with Grade Six students to have an open and frank discussion about the internet, and to field their many questions.
The day has been celebrated worldwide on October 29 since 2005 to commemorate the first electronic message ever transferred from one computer to another, way back in 1969, in California, in the USA. International Internet Day is a reminder to all of us that this amazing invention started out with just two machines, long before we ever were able to login to trillions of websites put up by billions of users.
As part of its 2017 Christmas promotion, Flow is offering excellent kid-friendly deals on smartphones, TV and internet packages to delight any family.