Ms Alcia Morgan-Bromfield, the Principal of William Knibb Memorial High School has died. Her death came exactly 3 years (to the month) after she took up the position at the of Principal on May 1, 2016.
She had been battling the dreaded disease of cancer for some time.
Ms Morgan-Bromfield is a past student of the institution and hails from Clark’s Town in Trelawny.
The William Knibb Facebook page posted the following tribute:
Condolences to the immediate family and the William Knibb Memorial High School family on the passing of Ms Alcia Morgan-Bromfield. She had a genuine desire to give back to William Knibb in her capacity as principal and by extension our parish. Alicia was an educator, a mentor, a mother, a counseler, a woman of dignity and compassion.
Alicia you will be missed. You have impacted the life’s of many.
May your soul rest In peace.
Before coming over to her alma mater, Morgan-Bromfield worked at the following institutions: Kinloss Primary, Cornwall College, Munro College, University College of the Caribbean, The Mico University College. She was principal of Munro College before moving over to Knibb.
You may read the message she posted prior to taking up her appointment on May 1, 2016.
Photos via Facebook.