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Students from the troubled Grazettes Primary School will have classes in two Seventh Day Adventist churches starting Monday.
Classes will be held at the Breath of Life Adventist Church in White Hall, St Michael and Ebenezer Seventh Day Advent Church in Eden Lodge, St Michael.
Chief Education Officer Laurie King made the announcement this evening during a meeting with more than 200 parents and guardians.
Earlier this week, King had said that the environmental problem plaguing the Grazettes Primary School was the result of improper fogging which took place there three weeks ago, ahead of the start of the new school term.
King told the meeting the students would be in new accommodation for two to three weeks, during which time the cleaning and air purification of the school would continue. (TY)