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February PTSA Events at Educational Complex

February 17, 6 p.m.: Special meeting with Atty. Amelia Headley-Lamont, V.I. Advocacy Agency; Wanda Evans, Virgin Islands University Center for Excellence in Development Disabilities; and Dr. Lucia DiMeo, Learning Assistance Program of UVI. They will provide information as to the roles their programs play in advocating for and assisting students with disabilities. Parents, who have children with disabilities, are encouraged to attend this informative meeting. Parents from all schools are also invited to attend the meeting. Also at this meeting, parents will be asked to sign up to volunteer for the Parents Clean Up Days coming up in preparation for the Accreditation Team visit.
February 22, 6 p.m.: Black History Month Program. Instead of the regular monthly PTSA meeting, the PTSA will sponsor a show on black history. St. Croix Center Stage has agreed to do a performance in honor of the Queens of Fire Burn. Students of the STX Complex who are models with Cyndee's Models and Tech Basic Art/Textile Design will model. The senior class is trying to get a dance group together to participate. Members of the senior class will provide babysitting services. Refreshments will be on sale.
February 25, 26, and 27: Parents Service and Clean Up Days. All parents and students are asked to come out and lend a hand in preparing the school for the Accreditation Team visit.
Contact May Adams Cornwall, PTSA president, at 773-0083, or Cyndee Ible Frontal, public relations officer, at 713-9148, with questions and concerns.

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