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Department Of Education Issues Statement On Reopening Of Schools After Bret

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The Department of Education wishes to advise parents and guardians that school will re-open on Monday, June 26, 2023 at all institutions with the exception Bexon Primary, Vieux Fort Primary, Belle Vue Combined and Mongouge Combined Schools.

The Department also informs parents and guardians that work has commenced to restore the four schools to conditions suitable for instruction. An update on the date for resumption of instruction at these institutions will be issued on Monday, June 26 2023.

The Department of Education thanks everyone for their continued dedication and commitment to the education of our students and regrets any inconvenience caused due to the temporary closure of the four schools.

SOURCE: Department of Education. Headline photo (Stock image of students in class at the Balata Primary School)

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  1. This country is so slow. Everything thing seem so sloppy.
    Haven’t theMet Office realised that there will be more rain from Monday night to Thursday? Our grounds may already be saturated from TS Bret. We may experience more rain than Bret these coming days, Shouldn’t we be more careful? St Vincent has made a statement on this upcoming system.


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