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Friday, October 13, 2017
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ately after the Auction Sale, upon payment in full.
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St Joseph Secondary still closed
Two weeks have passed since the
gates of St Joseph Secondary School
have remained closed to its teachers
and students because of health and
On September 28 classes were dis-
missed at about 1 pm and students
were told that they would have to
return to their homes because the
school's environment had become
unhealthy for them and staff.
One parent told the T&T Guard-
ian that classrooms had a build-up
of moss and mould and as a result,
there was a foul stench emanating.
The school is also plagued with an
infestation of bats and rodents.
An of icial at the Ministry of Edu-
cation said they were unable to con-
irm when classes would resume.
Ministry moves to ix Malick Secondary
Of icials of the Ministry of Educa-
tion said repair work is ongoing
at the Malick Secondary School
where teachers have been stay-
ing away from classes because of
health and safety concerns.
"We are covering exposed wir-
ing, light sockets, power washing
and sanitizing the compound.
Corporation of icers visited and
the Rodent Control Unit baited
"The school is not closed," an
of icial told the T&T Guardian in
response to renewed calls from
the Parent Teacher Association
for problems at the school to be
PTA vice president Karen Wal-
ters said the situation has not
changed as the school is still af-
fected by infestations of vermin,
as well as infrastructural prob-
She said of icials from the In-
sect Vector Department and the
San Juan/Laventille Regional Cor-
poration had done work on the
school compound and parents
had been assured by the princi-
pal that the school had been san-
"The school cafeteria was
closed down for health and safety
reasons. There were droppings
in the cafeteria. There are infra-
structure issues such as sockets
and wiring exposed.
"There are partitions that are
falling apart and there is no elec-
tricity and there is a whole myr-
iad of problems at the school,"
Walters said teachers have been
staying away from classes since
last week Tuesday.
"The students are going to
school but there is limited su-
pervision. The teachers stopped
going to classes and now they
have dropped 16 classes from the
curriculum," she said.
Attempts to contact T&T Uni ied
Teachers' Association (TTUTA)
president Lindsay Doodhai for
comment yesterday were futile.
Mothers of students attending the Malick Secondary School picket the offices of the Ministry of Education on
St Vincent Street, Port-of-Spain, on Tuesday.
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