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Thursday, 09 November 2017 12:28

Parents Protest Conditions At St. Joseph Secondary

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For over six weeks, the parents of students attending the St. Joseph Secondary say their children have been away from school due to health and safety concerns on the compound.

On Thursday morning, the parents raised their placards calling on the Education Ministry to find an alternative solution.

Marie Hull reports.

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