Dawn Crabbe Herbert of Autland Heavy Equipment Limited has aired her views of some necessary developments which need to take place beyond infrastructure to best position the Territory’s youth to lead a life of excellence. 

Herbert spoke at the Opening Ceremony of the Elmore Stoutt High School,  and made sure that the Territory’s administrative leaders left with homework that day.

She first addressed the Education Minister, Hon. Sharie De Castro, and urged that, among other things, steps be taken to ensure that Virgin Islands History is a mandatory aspect of the learning experience within the Territory’s schools.

Crabbe Herbert then turned her attention to Premier Dr the Honourable Natalio Wheatley, who she charred for the Territory’s development and maintenance , as well as better planning and financial support for the Education Sector.

Additionally, she asked that the Premier and the wider community show greater support for the Territory’s athletes and get more involved in the rigorous training periods which have allowed them to excel on the regional and international stage.

Later on in the ceremony, Hon. Sharie De Castro lauded Crabbe Herbert for her contribution that day and said that she shared similar sentiments that these additional measures will assist in the holistic development of the Territory’s children.