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Report Card Distribution Rescheduled at CAHS

Nov. 9, 2007 – Parents and guardians of students attending the Charlotte Amalie High School are advised of a change in the scheduled report card distribution date. Report cards for the first marking period will now be distributed on Friday, Nov. 16, according to a press release from St. Thomas-St. John District Superintendent, Lisa Hassel-Forde. They will be distributed to parents and authorized guardians only. The students will be dismissed at noon.
An open house will be held from 1-3 p.m. that day. Parents and guardians are reminded that Virgin Islands law entitles them to utilize two ours per month to visit their child's school.

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Nov. 9, 2007 - Parents and guardians of students attending the Charlotte Amalie High School are advised of a change in the scheduled report card distribution date. Report cards for the first marking period will now be distributed on Friday, Nov. 16, according to a press release from St. Thomas-St. John District Superintendent, Lisa Hassel-Forde. They will be distributed to parents and authorized guardians only. The students will be dismissed at noon.
An open house will be held from 1-3 p.m. that day. Parents and guardians are reminded that Virgin Islands law entitles them to utilize two ours per month to visit their child's school.