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A. Henderson Elementary Plans Election Forum, Mock Election

Students, and faculty and staff of the Alexander Henderson Elementary School have extended an invitation to all gubernatorialand senatorial aspirants to a forum scheduled for 9-10:30 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 28, in the auditorium. A mock election will follow the forum.
“As a learning institution, we are committed to making our students politically astute by teaching them about the election process of the Virgin Islands,” said Principal Susana Callwood-Smith. “By participating in the school’s political forum, candidates would demonstrate a commitment to the education of the youth and that they do care for our future leaders.”
Interested political aspirants should call 772-1330 ext. 3104 or 3105 immediatelyto make arrangements to participate in the school’s political forum.

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Students, and faculty and staff of the Alexander Henderson Elementary School have extended an invitation to all gubernatorialand senatorial aspirants to a forum scheduled for 9-10:30 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 28, in the auditorium. A mock election will follow the forum.
“As a learning institution, we are committed to making our students politically astute by teaching them about the election process of the Virgin Islands,” said Principal Susana Callwood-Smith. “By participating in the school’s political forum, candidates would demonstrate a commitment to the education of the youth and that they do care for our future leaders.”
Interested political aspirants should call 772-1330 ext. 3104 or 3105 immediatelyto make arrangements to participate in the school’s political forum.