All Kingston schools close Tuesday

Monday, May 24, 2010 | 8:19 PM    

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THE Ministry of Education is closing all schools in the parish of Kingston – all basic, infant, primary and high schools - until further notice.  They include:

Denham Town Primary

St. Alban’s Primary

St. Andrew Primary

Greenwhich All-age

Boys Town All-age

Tavares Gardens Primary

Whitfield All-age

Trench Town Primary

St. Michael’s Primary

St. Aloysious Primary

St. George’s Girls School

Mountain View Primary

Norman Gardens Primary and Junior High

Elletson Primary

Chetolah Park Primary

North Street Primary

St. Anne’s Primary

St. Anne’s Infant

Central Branch Primary

Central Branch Infant

St. Joseph Infant

Jones Town Primary

Windward Road Primary and Junior High

Calabar Primary and Junior High

Holy Family Primary

Holy Rosary Primary

Excelsior Primary

Vauxhall High

Trench Town High

Charlie Smith High

St Andrew Technical High

Excelsior High

Excelsior Community College

Kingston College

St George's College

Tivoli Gardens High

Denham Town High

Kingston High

Wolmer’s Boys’, Wolmer’s Girls’, Holy Childhood High, St Hugh's High and Ardenne High schools, which will serve as examination centres for students from the schools that will be closed, will not be opened for regular school tomorrow. These schools will only be opened to accommodate students that will sit examinations.

All other schools are to be opened for normal operations.





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