Schools reopen on Wednesday

schoolThe Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development advises the public that schools will reopen tomorrow, Wednesday September 16, 2015.

However, schools that are still without water will remain closed.

The Ministry further advises that the Delices Primary School will open tomorrow, Wednesday, September 16, 2015 at the Delices Youth Center.

The Newtown Primary School and the Bagatelle Primary School will reopen on Thursday September 17, 2015.

The following schools will remain closed until further notice.

Coulibistrie Primary School
Salisbury Primary School
Convent Preparatory
Massacre Primary School
Berean Christian Academy
Roseau Primary School
Campbell Primary School
Calibishie Primary School
Colihaut Primary School
Dublanc Primary School
Woodfordhill Primary School
Wesley Primary School
Pichelin Primary School
Petite Savanne Primary
Jones Beaupierre Primary School
North East Comprehensive School

Parents are again reminded to provide their children with drinking water.

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  1. Peter Potter
    September 16, 2015

    Thank you very much, Dowasco!

    September 16, 2015

    Cases of WATER should have been delivered at these Schools! Where are the parents supposed to get the water from? This is simply unacceptable ! The Relief supplies were shipped out for exactly that purpose. Our children deserve better!

    • ljay
      September 16, 2015

      I agree with you in as far as drinking water is concerned, but with over 500 students and teachers in the schools, using the toilets will be an issue.!

  3. September 16, 2015

    “Parents are again reminded to provide drinking water for their children”. May I ask, what exactly is the role of the Skeritt administration? Don’t they know that it is the responsibility of the government to supply the basic necessities for both children and teachers prior to school reopening? When is this government going to get things right? Because the tropical storm has destroyed the infrastructure does not mean that it has diminished the importance or significance nor the basic needs of a proud people. The government should step up and provide drinking water for all the schools that they see fit to open or keep the schools closed if they are ill-prepared.

    • September 16, 2015

      plz open school i mean children need to go to school especially 5th formers cxc doesn’t wait

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