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Wednesday, 22 November 2017 15:39

Presbyterian School Board To Visit Hillview College And Iere High School

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The Presbyterian Secondary Schools' Board of Education says it is concerned about two separate incidents that have occurred at institutions which fall under its management and purview.

The first concern is related to this week’s burglary at Hillview College located at the corner of El Dorado and College Roads, Tunapuna where certain items, as well as an undisclosed sum of cash, were stolen.

The second incident relates to a fire that occurred at one of the buildings at the Iere High School located at Bayanie Street, De Gannes Village, Siparia on September 21st.

The Board of Management says it has been in touch with the Administrators at both schools and will be conducting site visits, and collaborating with the Ministry of Education personnel and other stakeholders in order to lend support and restore normalcy at the schools.

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