hurricane Ivan devestated the Island of Grand Cayman on 11 & 12 September 2004, a recovery programme for the endangered
Blue Iguanas was started immediately by Fred Burton and more information about our endangered Blue Iguanas can be found at
their website www.blueiguana.ky/
10 John Gray High School students stayed at Pastor Al Ebanks' Agape Worship Centre on Fairbanks Road for seven months before
returning to John Gray High School when the Year 12 students had left for study leave in May 2005. We will be forever
grateful to Pastor Al, his wife Sister Kathy, and all the wonderful people who gave us encouragement and support whilst we
were at the Agape Worship Centre.
is still going on at the John Gray High School. Students ate under tents until September 2005 as the Canteen was badly
damaged during hurricane Ivan and will not be rebuilt. The drama classrooms and some PE facilities were inside the canteen
building and have been destroyed. The canteen and many other classes now take place in temporary classrooms.
John Gray Recyclers, who started this Journal, and worked so hard with their many local and global environmental
activities, spent much time on academic work once they returned to school after Hurricane Ivan.
Smith a very active John Gray Recycler before Hurricane Ivan has now become the John Gray Recyclers' Community President for
2007 - 2008 and is actively preserving her environment by plastic six pack holder recycling and introducing an environmental
club into the school she is working at currently.