Students attending the Waldensia Primary School and their teachers recently started a new technological chapter in their lives, following the handover of a refurbished and equipped resource room on Labour Day 2007. The newly furnished air-conditioned reading centre, financed by the Digicel Foundation to the tune of $2 Million, was equipped with four computers, an overhead projector, a DVD player, a printer and other educational resource material. Additionally, as part of the Labour Day scheme, there was a major renovation exercise carried out at the Piedmont Basic School, which shares the premises at the primary school. Digicel Foundation Chairman, Harry Smith said, “It was an absolute pleasure to work side by side with the dedicated residents of the Sherwood Content community on Labour Day.” Meanwhile, Joy Clark of Digicel Foundation noted that the partnership with the Sherwood Foundation and the special projects at Piedmont Basic School and Waldensia Primary were "directly in line with our mandate to foster development in communities in the areas of education, sport and culture.” "As we celebrate the completion of our resource room, let us remember that it should serve us as a source of education and technological advancement for the development of all the students and the community at large. Use it, take care of it and enjoy it," Clark remarked. Past student of both schools, star athlete Usain Bolt expressed his gratitude to the mobile telecommunications provider for its support to the community. "It is a big boost to youngsters in the community and I really appreciate Digicel Foundation coming out and helping the basic school and the primary school. I give you our thanks," a delighted Bolt noted.