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Corinth Secondary, Dame Pearlette Primary To Remain Closed After Heavy Rains

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The Ministry of Education, Sustainable Development, Innovation, Science, Technology and Vocational Training wishes to inform parents and guardians that based on initial assessments following heavy rains on Sunday November 6th, 2022, the Corinth Secondary and the Dame Pearlette Louisy Primary Schools will remain closed until further notice.

Cleanup of these institutions following the Sunday downpour will begin in earnest, and as such, parents and guardians will be informed through the usual means by the two schools on reopening dates. Instruction at other schools on the island will continue as usual on Monday, November 7th, 2022.

The Ministry encourages all to remain safe and to always be prepared for any eventuality during this hurricane season.

SOURCE: Ministry of Education, Sustainable Development, Innovation, Science, Technology and Vocational Training

 

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7 COMMENTS

  1. what year is that?? 20222??? eh beh borhhh!!! it seems in the wrong timeline??? so what if it rains tomorrow and the others are at school??? u all will tell the parents come for them late notice????

  2. Are the roads even passable…yeah some schools may not be flooded but kids still need to traverse some of the affected roads to get to their schools….wow how do we think in this country?

  3. I tell you! Some children may come from homes which were flooded but do not attend these two schools. Are they OK? Can they attend school? Do they even have uniforms and books after this? Are the roads cleared already? Wow

  4. With all the laptops they say they, have given out, why can’t they automatically move into the online schooling during the closure? Really not proactive. Oh! I didn’t remember. The laptops was for the politics.

  5. trust me some of dem devices aredy not working…. like the tablet….its still to the kids disadvantage…some households have no wifi……even to my surprise no current…..dat jus for url guavament SLP to say they did something

  6. You people are the dumbest. If a kid’s home is flooded then obviously they won’t be sent to school as the family have bigger issues to worry about. What about the 99% of the kids’ homes that were not flooded. Should the miss out too.

  7. I hate to say this in light of this unforeseen circumstance. Certainly adjustments have to made for plan B. This is 2022 and some of those parents without WiFi were busy jumping carnival and attending every show under the sun. Clearly some adults in St. Lucia need to realign their priorities. In addition why would you dispose of refrigerators and stoves and tons of trash in the river. It is sad and I pray for St. Lucia and it’s citizens to be more proactive.

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