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Students being relocated to Erdiston

Fifth and sixth form students of Combermere School are being relocated while the school remains closed next week due to continued environmental problems.

The students, who are preparing for CXC, CAPE and CSEC exams, are being asked to report to Erdiston Teacher’s Training College.

Fifth form students are required to report to the Pine Hill, St. Michael institution on Monday, April 27, at 8:30 a.m, while sixth form students are asked to report on Wednesday, April 29, and Thursday, April 30, at 8:30 a.m.

The Ministry, in conjunction with the Transport Board, will be providing a bus service to transport the students from Combermere to Erdiston Teachers’ Training College each day. Students requiring this form of transportation are asked to assemble at the Combermere School at 8:00 a.m.

All students should walk with a packed lunch.

Meanwhile, teachers and ancillary staff are also asked to report to Erdiston Teachers’ Training College on Monday, April 27.

While apologizing for any inconvenience caused, the Ministry said it would continue to update parents and staff of the school on the situation at the Waterford institution.



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