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Dept. of Education Says it Has Completed School Maintenance Projects Across Territory

Staff Consortium | January 16, 2020

The Department of Education said Thursday that as part of the year-round maintenance of its schools, it has completed work on important projects in recent months, with several more projects critical to the quality of the school environment expected to be completed by June. According to D.O.E. Territorial Project Engineer Alan Fleming, the department’s Operations Division “is continuing to work to improve the conditions at our schools, using funding from the Public Finance Authority, Office of Insular Affairs and other local funding made available to us.” ST. THOMAS-ST. JOHN DISTRICT According to D.O.E., last October, an ADA-compliant ramp/sidewalk was installed at the Addelita Cancryn Intermediate and Junior High School, which is temporarily being housed on the Lockhart Elementary School campus, in order to accommodate wheelchair-bound students.…

Dept. of Education to Continue Facilities Master Planning…

Staff Consortium | January 15, 2020

The New Schools Construction Advisory Board, comprised of Virgin Islands Department of Education professionals…

Game, Not Gunfire, Was Source of Loud Noise on School…

Staff Consortium | January 11, 2020

ST. CROIX — John H. Woodson Jr. High School students en route to Sion Farm and the surrounding neighborhoods…

After 2019 Tour of NYC, Complex High School Art and…

Staff Consortium | January 10, 2020

ST. CROIX — St. Croix Educational Complex High School art and drama students participating in the school’s…

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Staff Consortium | December 02, 2019

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