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Face-to-face classes at Blackman & Gollop after cleaning


RACHELLE AGARD

Face-to-face classes at Blackman & Gollop after cleaning
The Blackman and Gollop Primary School being cleaned on Wednesday. (Picture by Reco Moore)

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Face-to-face instruction for class 3 and 4 students at Blackman and Gollop will resume tomorrow.

That was confirmed by Acting Chief Education Officer, Joy Adamson, this evening.

She said following work by members of the Barbados Defence Force, a private contractor, and members of the Parent-Teacher Association, the Staple Grove, Christ Church plant was ready to be put back into operation.

Additionally, Class 3 teachers will contact students for further direction.

On Tuesday, president of the PTA, Tricia Augustine complained about furniture being left in the foyer after the school was used as a quarantine facility by the Ministry of Health and Wellness. She also complained of a heavy ash residue left behind in the wake of the eruption of the La Soufriere volcano on April 9. (RA)