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Sir Ira Simmons, Bocage Secondary schools closed until Monday

By Ministry of Education, Innovation, Gender Relations and Sustainable Development

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(PRESS RELEASE) — The Ministry of Education, Innovation, Gender Relations and Sustainable Development regrets to inform parents and guardians of students attending the Bocage and Sir Ira Simmons Secondary schools that those schools will remain closed until Monday, November 11, 2019.

This is due to continued work at these schools in an attempt to address the concerns of stakeholders.

The Ministry has undertaken significant work including deep cleaning, mold remediation, and pre and post air quality testing at the various schools and will continue to do so over the next few days.

The Ministry also assures that post air quality testing will be undertaken ahead of Monday’s reopening of the two schools.

The Ministry apolgises for any inconvenience caused and remains committed to ensuring instruction resumes at these institutions by Monday of next week.

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One comment

  1. What make you all think that CCSS ain contaminated too? The chemicals and poor quality of work that is done during cleaning is causing this. Because this island is 14 miles wide sits in the ocean and constantly getting fresh air to pass through, question must be ask why the schools and government buildings are infested with such contaminated air? Yes it is the season of the year where the flu become more rampant but again what our Ministry of Health is doing about it .... Government is having work shop upon work shop and have only doctors heading many departments and yet a street man can decode these things. It is time the government waste tax payers $$$$ to pay academical and unable to deliver substance in return.


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