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Sports Day Today 11th Feb

Will Elizabeth wins Sports again........

SMSAA CALENDAR OF EVENTS
 

FEB 15   SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING

                 VALENTINE JUKEBOX LIME
 

MAR 30   ‘BATHSHEBA LIME’
 

APRIL 19  CHINESE AUCTION/GAMES EVENING
 

MAY 7   FOUNDER’S DAY SERVICE
 

       24  CAKE SALE AT BIG B SUPERMARKET
 

       31  CAR BOOT SALE
 

JUNE         FAMILY FUN DAY/BUS RIDE
 

JULY 19  GENERAL MEETING/ PANEL DISCUSSION
 

        26  CAKE SALE AT BIG B SUPERMARKET

AUG      FISH FRY/BBQ
 

SEPT-------------------------------------

OCT 18        ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
 

       19-25 SMSAA WEEK OF ACTIVITIES

 
NOV    NOEL GITTENS CRICKET TOURNAMENT
 

 28     INDEPENDENCE CAKE SALE AT SMS

 
DEC 13 CHRISTMAS HAMPERS
 
27  CHRISTMAS KARAOKE & KUTTER LIME
 

ALSO….. LOOK OUT FOR…..CHURCH SERVICE, BACK IN TIME FETE, DINNER & AWARDS



SMS Grand Reunion Photos (Thanks to Kimberly and Sebastian of Bajantube)





Leah Martindale Stancil was the first black person female to qualify to a swimming finals in the olympics.


Getting to know Leah Martindale Stancil


In the heat of the swimming season, it can be tough to keep life in perspective. Then sometimes life reminds you that there are much bigger things than the pool. Just ask Leah.

About Leah Martindale Stancil.


Leah Martindale Stancil joined the Gamecock staff in July 2006. Stancil is a twelve time NCAA All-American, a two-time Olympian and a three-time national record holder for her native country, Barbados. After a four-year collegiate career at the University of Florida, Martindale continues to be actively involved with the sport.


In Barbados, she attended The St.Michael School .The native served one year as an assistant coach at Savannah College of Art and Design. Prior to S.C.A.D, she was a graduate assistant at Florida for two years and was a swim instructor at Swim America in Gainesville, Fla. At this college, Stancil aided the women's team to a second-place finish and the men's team to a third-place finish in the NAIA National Championships.


A member of the 2002 Florida Gators SEC Championship team, Martindale is the Barbados national record holder in the 50-free, 100-free and 100 butterfly events. She set her records for the 50-free and 100-free at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta. She was also named the Barbados Female Sports person of the Year from 1995-97.


Stancil graduated from UF in 2002 with a B.S. in Psychology. In August 2006, she completed her Masters of Science from UF. The former Leah Martindale married Michael Stancil in August 2006.

Swimming Videos on Floswimming


Here is a list of proposed projects for The St. Michael School, please lend your support in any possible way in hopes of them being implemented.



  1. A Bus for Dame Nita Barrow to be placed at the front of the school
  2. Lights for the tennis courts
  3. Cutains for the Hall
  4. Cleaning the gardens at the front of the school
  5. Cleaning the Hall
  6. Mentorship Program
  7. Replacing the Hall Piano

Please contact us to lend your support or suggest any other projects. 
Call Lynette Williams at 253 3548.