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Windward & Leeward Brewery Ltd. (WLBL), Du Boulay’s Bottling Company Ltd. (DBC) through its Piton Malta brand, continues to support youth development in St. Lucia with the donation of one hundred & fifty tablets through the Ministry of Education to sixteen schools around the island. This was in response to the Ministry’s call for assistance with providing students in need, with smart devices to accommodate remote learning, as schools have switched to online learning as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Press Release:- On Thursday June 25, 2020 The Laborie Economic and Employment Forum (LEEF) presented a total of sixteen (16) Amazon Fire Tablets to four (4) primary schools in the Laborie district, to facilitate their COVID induced and accelerated online education programs. The beneficiary schools were the Augier Combined School, Banse-La Grace Combined, Laborie Boys Primary […]

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Press Release:- The Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Education have been working tirelessly to ensure the health and safety of students and teachers as schools reopen for Grade 6 and Form 5 students. As part of the precautions to prevent the potential spread of COVID-19, schools around the island facilitated both physical distancing and […]

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — Principals of high schools across the western region say all is in place to ensure a seamless start on Monday to the temporary reopening of schools to facilitate students sitting secondary level exit examinations in July. Minister with responsibility for education, Karl Samuda, had stated that face-to-face classes are to resume on ...

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The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the Eastern Caribbean’s education system to adjust to a new norm in curriculum instruction. The academic term, which commenced on April 20, 2020 will be administered across the region through an online classroom environment, particularly as the need for social distancing has become a mandatory protocol to contain the spread […]

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(NEW YORK POST) – President Trump urged the country’s governors to “seriously consider” reopening schools to boost the economy Monday, arguing that younger children had fared better during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a report. “Some of you might start thinking about school openings, because a lot of people are wanting to have school openings. ...

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Opposition leader Philip J. Pierre addressed the partial opening of schools in a post on the official Facebook page of the Saint Lucia Labour Party on Sunday. The post is reproduced below: The government has announced that there is a partial opening of schools tomorrow but not a physical opening. I take that to mean […]

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