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CLOSINGS, CANCELLATIONS CONTINUE

Nov. 13, 2003 — All public schools in both districts will be closed Thursday along with several private schools, but Noreen Michael, Education commissioner has asked that essential staff report
Classes have resumed as normal at both campuses of the University of the Virgin Islands.
The following closings/openings/cancellations have been announced:
Closed/open/cancelled on St. Croix:
– The V.I Housing Authority Homebuyer Education Program class scheduled for Wednesday night has been cancelled
— Parole Board cancelled
– Country Day School will be open
– St. Joseph High School closed
– St. Mary/s Catholic School closed
– St. Patrick's School closed
Closed/open/cancelled on St. Thomas:
– UVI Jazz Ensemble concert originally scheduled for Saturday night has been rescheduled for 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 22, at UVI's new Dining Pavillion on the St. Thomas campus.
– The Veterans Benefits Expo scheduled for Saturday at the University of the Virgin Islands Sports and Fitness Center has been cancelled.
– All Saints Cathedral School; closed Thursday and Friday
– Antilles School open
– Calvary Christian Academy closed
– Moravian School closed, staff is asked to report.
– New Testament Academy open
– Prophecy Elementary School closed
– Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic School closed
– Seventh-day Adventist School closed, but staff is asked to report.
Closed/open/cancelled on St. John:
– Pine Peace School closed
– St. John Christian Academy closed
If you have a notice to publish about a closing or a non-closing please e-mail source@viaccess.net or fax it to 777-8136.

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