Principal Alcede Edwards of Charlotte Amalie High School (CAHS) held a dedication ceremony at the school on Thursday, Sept. 22, to recognize the generous contributions of the alumni classes of 1962 and 1966 that paid for the installation of the school’s mascot on the gymnasium floor and the full renovation of the nurse’s office.
The University of the Virgin Islands has announced that the student ambassador for the 2016 White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Joásh T. Liburd will represent UVI as one of 73 students from across 63 HBCUs in the United States.
The Virgin Islands Department of Education’s Division of Virgin Islands Cultural Education has embarked on an exciting journey to bring back the traditional music of the V.I. and the Caribbean.
The Virgin Islands Department of Education (DOE), Office of Instructional Technology, recently overhauled its online operating system, which now offers all public school students in 1st-12th grades a new user account and e-mail address on Office 365, one of the top online operating systems on the market today.
Four diverse and prominent institutions of higher education have joined forces to conduct research on proven leadership approaches to broadening participation in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics).
University of the Virgin Islands President David Hall has been selected to speak on the Higher Education Panel at the Landon Lecture Series on Sept. 26. Kansas State University (KSU) is home to the Landon Lecture Series, one of the nation's most prestigious and well-known lectures.
Olympic Individual Saber Fencing Silver Medalist Daryl Homer, a native of St. Thomas, spent the morning with sixth graders at the Bertha C. Boschulte (BCB) Middle School this week, answering their questions and sharing with them the path that led to his historic win at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
With the theme “Invest to Protect,” the Virgin Islands Next Generation Network (viNGN) shared digital privacy and Internet safety tips with parents, faculty and students at a recent PTSG meeting. Parents who feel overwhelmed by technology and online threats can rest assured that they can keep themselves and their children safer on the Internet.
The Virgin Islands Department of Education’s Division of Virgin Islands Cultural Education is poised to influence the way students learn and what they learn with the first “A New Vision: Traditionalist and Preservationist Culture Bearers Impacting Students Learning” Conference that was recently held in the territory.
The Virgin Islands Department of Education’s (VIDOE) Division of Virgin Islands Cultural Education is poised to influence the way students learn and what they learn with the first “A New Vision: Traditionalist and Preservationist Culture Bearers Impacting Students Learning” Conference that was recently held in the territory.