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Virgin Islands Students Shine at Summer STEMPREP Project

Virgin Islands students participated in the 2017 STEMPREP Project at the University of Washington, Seattle and the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.

DOE’s Instructional Technology Division Making Great Strides in Upgrading Infrastructure

As part of a five-year plan to overhaul DOE’s technological infrastructure, the Instructional Technology (IT) Division, the largest computer network in the Caribbean, has implemented many changes in the last 24 months.

DOE Asks Public to Report Misuse of Federal Education Funds

The Virgin Islands Department of Education encourages all to report fraud by calling the following hotlines.

VI-EPSCoR Chooses Dr. Kim Waddell As Its New Director

As a former College of the Virgin Islands student, he has always felt an affinity with the territory and is very happy to be back once again.

The Boys and Girls in the Band at CAHS Showcase Their Talents

Many of the students started playing their instruments in elementary school, while others come from musical families. The one thing they had in common is the fact that they were all influenced by other musicians.

Akimo Dawson Receives Top Honor at Junior ROTC Leadership Challenge Camp

IEKHS Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps cadet Akimo Dawson received the Distinguished Honor Graduate Award at the second annual JROTC Cadet Leadership Challenge Camp.

“Keepin’ It Clean in 2017” Participants Honored for Recycling Initiatives

Seventh and 8th-grade students from the Bertha C. Boschulte Middle School and 4th and 5th-grade students from Lockhart Elementary School were recently honored for their participation in campus-wide recycling initiatives to remove thousands of single-use water bottles, plastic bags and hundreds of aluminum cans from their schools and neighborhoods.

Rotary Sunrise, AT&T Donate Books to Tuitt Elementary Students to Read During Summer

AT&T representatives joined Rotary Sunrise members at Jane E. Tuitt Elementary School’s graduation ceremony.

Youth Tackle League Gains Three New Head Coaches

For the past two years, the V.I. Sports Training Academy’s youth tackle football league for middle schoolers has been working out its kinks, but...
From left, UVI President David Hall, new men’s basketball coach Jeff Jones, UVI Athletic Director Wilberto Ramos and UVI soccer coach Charles Long. (Photo © Aisha-Zakiya Boyd)

With Three New Coaches, UVI Athletics Solidifies Goals

Boosted by the addition of three new full-time coaches, the University of the Virgin Islands Athletic Director Wilberto Ramos said Monday he aims to bring more games to UVI and provide more activities for students.

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