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Green House Donates 40 Tomato Cages to School Agriculture Programs

District Director of Agriculture Velda Hendricks received the donation on Dec. 7 and began distributing the wire cages to schools within the district.

V.I. Board of Education to Hold Holiday Give-Away Event

VIBE invites the public to a Holiday Give-Away Event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 15 at its new Christiansted location, 6 King Street.

UVI Bulletin Board for December

Here is what's happening on both campuses of the University of the Virgin Islands.

Third Cultural Education Pop-Up Workshop to Feature French Quadrille

The French Quadrille Workshop will take place on Saturday, Dec. 15, in the Sunny Isles Amphitheater.

G-Clef Music Academy to Kick Off Registration at Christmas Tree Lighting Dec. 1

In February 2019, G-Clef's dream will come true with its new location at Sunny Isle Shopping Center, unit 9, next to Rainbow. Register now!

DOE Releases Make-up Schedules, Daily Time Changes for Public Schools

The Virgin Islands Department of Education has released its make-up schedule for schools affected by the delay in openings at the beginning of the 2018-19 school year.

UVI Welcomes New Professor of Data Science Dr. Joanne Luciano

She will work in the Department of Computer and Computational Sciences to develop curriculum in data science.

Carnival Cruise Line Performers Encourage Students at Music Workshop Aboard Ship

In an effort to support its port-of-call communities, Carnival Cruise Line partnered with the V.I. Department of Education to facilitate a day-long workshop for local students to hone their musical skills.

UVI Students Take Top Honors at National Biomedical Research Conference

Students from 700 universities presented 2,100 posters. While more than one best poster award was awarded in each category, UVI’s performance was notable given its size relative to other higher education institutions in attendance.
The CDC says the high risk of diabetes and obesity U.S. children face can be mitigated by more availability of fresh, local produce like these local fruits and vegetables (Gerard Sperry photo)

Applications Available for Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program in Elementary Schools

All public elementary schools in the St. Thomas-St. John and St. Croix districts are encouraged to apply.

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