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ST. THOMAS SCHOOLS PARTICIPATING IN CARNIVAL 2000

Here is a list of schools with activities planned for Carnival 2000.
Thursday. April 27 at 9 a m. J Antonio Jarvis Elementary School's Annual Junior Calypso Show will be presented to students and school staff. The Junior Calypso Show Will be highlighted by local musicians, artisans and cultural dancers who traditionally participate in the schools annual celebration.
Monday, May 1 at 8:30 a.m. the E. Benjamin Oliver Elementary School will conduct a parade of their own at the school. During the parade, students will wear costumes from past carnivals which live been donated by parents, teachers, and other community members. This event has been coordinated by one of the schools paraprofessionals. Mr. Gerard
Tuesday May 2 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Lockhart Elementary School will conduct a Carnival Fun Day featuring Carnival music, cultural dancing and Mocko-Jumbi dancers. The Lockhart event was coordinated by Miss Forde
Tuesday May 2 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The Joseph Sibilly School will also conduct a Fun Day consisting of two parts. The morning portion will be from 8:30 to 12:00 noon and will be highlighted by six local Calypsonians performing along with the school's steel band. The afternoon portion will be conducted between 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. and will feature past cultural dances, games, races and a volleyball tournament. The Sibilly Fun Day events were arranged by the school's principal, Dora Hill.
Friday,. May 5 – Children's Parade
– Ulla Muller Elementary School, steel band.
– New Horizon's Alternative School, School-to-Work Program under the direction of Stephen Jurgen, will sponsor a float.
– Joseph Sibilly Elementary School will have two entries; their steel bend and a convertible car entry with the school's Ms. Valentine Sweetheart, Ms. AL'Lime de Lugo, a sixth-grader.
– Joseph (Gomez Elementary School will have an entry entitled "Little
Miss Cornet featuring the (3ornez ;tudents who competed in the
Prince and Princess competition. This activity was coordinated by Ms. Laura. Moolenaar.
– Michael J. Kirwan Elementary School joined the University of the Virgin Islands Extension Service Program under Ms. Phillips. UVI Extension Representative to form a troupe for the children's parade.
– Special Education students of Charlotte Amalie High School, under the supervision of Pamela New, have formed a troupe which will participate In the children's parade.
– Under the direction of Mr. Stephen Jurgen, New Horizon's Alternative School students are creating a float for the children's parade.
Saturday May 6 – Adult's Parade
Bertha C. Bosohulte Middle School steel band under the direction of Mr. Liston Sewer, Music Teacher and Charlotte Amalie High School steel band , under Mr. Steel will both participate in the adult parade.

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Here is a list of schools with activities planned for Carnival 2000.
- Thursday. April 27 at 9 a m. J Antonio Jarvis Elementary School's Annual Junior Calypso Show will be presented to students and school staff. The Junior Calypso Show Will be highlighted by local musicians, artisans and cultural dancers who traditionally participate in the schools annual celebration.
- Monday, May 1 at 8:30 a.m. the E. Benjamin Oliver Elementary School will conduct a parade of their own at the school. During the parade, students will wear costumes from past carnivals which live been donated by parents, teachers, and other community members. This event has been coordinated by one of the schools paraprofessionals. Mr. Gerard
- Tuesday May 2 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Lockhart Elementary School will conduct a Carnival Fun Day featuring Carnival music, cultural dancing and Mocko-Jumbi dancers. The Lockhart event was coordinated by Miss Forde
- Tuesday May 2 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The Joseph Sibilly School will also conduct a Fun Day consisting of two parts. The morning portion will be from 8:30 to 12:00 noon and will be highlighted by six local Calypsonians performing along with the school's steel band. The afternoon portion will be conducted between 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. and will feature past cultural dances, games, races and a volleyball tournament. The Sibilly Fun Day events were arranged by the school's principal, Dora Hill.
Friday,. May 5 – Children's Parade
– Ulla Muller Elementary School, steel band.
– New Horizon's Alternative School, School-to-Work Program under the direction of Stephen Jurgen, will sponsor a float.
– Joseph Sibilly Elementary School will have two entries; their steel bend and a convertible car entry with the school's Ms. Valentine Sweetheart, Ms. AL'Lime de Lugo, a sixth-grader.
– Joseph (Gomez Elementary School will have an entry entitled "Little
Miss Cornet featuring the (3ornez ;tudents who competed in the
Prince and Princess competition. This activity was coordinated by Ms. Laura. Moolenaar.
– Michael J. Kirwan Elementary School joined the University of the Virgin Islands Extension Service Program under Ms. Phillips. UVI Extension Representative to form a troupe for the children's parade.
– Special Education students of Charlotte Amalie High School, under the supervision of Pamela New, have formed a troupe which will participate In the children's parade.
– Under the direction of Mr. Stephen Jurgen, New Horizon's Alternative School students are creating a float for the children's parade.
Saturday May 6 – Adult's Parade
Bertha C. Bosohulte Middle School steel band under the direction of Mr. Liston Sewer, Music Teacher and Charlotte Amalie High School steel band , under Mr. Steel will both participate in the adult parade.