Fleas exterminated, QC students can return to building December 10

The Ministry of Education today issued a statement notifying all Queen’s College Students, Teachers and Stakeholders that they can return to their rightful classrooms with effect from Monday December 10, 2012 to resume studies as fleas have been exterminated from Queen’s College Compound.

As a result of the days lost, the Ministry said that the school term will be extended by one week until December 21, 2012.

The Queen’s College Speech Day will now be held on December 19, 2012.

 

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