Some flood-hit schools to be reopened tomorrow, others to remain closed

The Ministry of Education today said that  after the receding of flood waters and clean up exercises, the following schools will be reopened tomorrow Thursday January 16, 2014:

East Ruimveldt Secondary,

Tutorial High School,

North Georgetown Secondary,

The Bishops High,

Saints Stanislaus College,

Comenius Primary,

St Gabriel’s Primary,

St Sidwell’s Primary,

Starter’s Nursery,

Some schools are not ready to be reopened tomorrow January 16, 2014, and as a result will remain closed. Those schools are:

St. Roses High

Queenstown Secondary

St. Ambrose Primary

St Agnes Primary

St Angela’s Primary

South Road Nursery

Sherman Nursery

Happy Hearts Nursery

The Ministry of Education says it continues to carefully monitor the situation, and will continue to provide relevant and timely updates as additional information is received from officers assessing affected schools.

 

 

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