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Nov. 4, 2003 – Report cards for the first marking-period at Charlotte Amalie High School will be given out between 1 and 3 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 7.
Principal Jeanette Smith-Barry advised parents and guardians in a release to, "Use this time to meet with teachers to discuss the progress of their children." Further, Smith-Barry asked that parents come prepared to fill out a short, self-study survey that will be used to help the school in its re-accreditation process.
Students will be dismissed at noon on Friday to accommodate the parent-teacher conferences.

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