Lennon High sustains itself with vibrant agriculture programme

News Date: May 09 2016

JAMAICA - Most Jamaicans will readily associate Lennon High with women’s football, particularly after the school successfully defended their title as champions of the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association high school girls competition late last month.

What many people don’t know is that the 47-year-old school, located in Mocho in the cool hills of Clarendon, has an agricultural programme that Principal Dr Donald Johnson aptly describes as “very vibrant”.

“We are now producing 18,000 chickens per year,” Andre Lyttle, head of Agriculture Department, told the Jamaica Observer in a recent interview.

News Source: Jamaica Observer
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