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Parents plan action despite GG’s scheduled visit

BARRY ALLEYNE, [email protected]

Parents plan action despite GG’s scheduled visit

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GOVERNOR GENERAL Sir Elliott Belgrave could find himself driving into a parents’ protest at St Matthew’s Primary School tomorrow.

Some upset parents have warned that the head of state could face either a half-empty Hothersal Turning, St Michael school or placard-bearing protestors on his long-scheduled visit, part of a series of interactions with primary school students.

The DAILY NATION has been reliably informed that a number of parents have planned to either stage a protest against principal Barbara-Anne Broome-Bailey, or keep their children at home in spite of the Governor General’s scheduled visit.

“We want her removed. The Governor General may end up coming to an empty school because of this,” one peeved parent said yesterday, while choosing to remain anonymous. (BA)

Please read the full story in today’s Daily Nation, or in the eNATION edition.

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