The Virgin Islands Department of Education in partnership with the V.I. Department of Planning and Natural Resources, the University of the Virgin Islands, the Nature Conservancy, Red Hook Dive Center and St. Croix Ultimate Bluewater Adventures (SCUBA) has announced the “Creating Local Stewards of the Reef: Through Targeted Marine Experience and Education” program, which is geared toward students in grades 10-12.
The Virgin Islands Department of Education (VIDOE) in partnership with the Virgin Islands Department of Tourism (VIDOT) has launched the “Clean Places. Happy Faces.” anti-litter campaign at elementary schools across the territory.
Students who participated in the 8th Annual Governor’s Summer Reading Challenge enjoyed a fun-filled afternoon at Gov. Mapp’s Big Celebration that was held Nov. 19, at the St. Croix Central High School (CHS) gymnasium.
Students who participated in the 8th Annual Governor’s Summer Reading Challenge enjoyed a fun-filled afternoon at Gov. Mapp’s Big Celebration that was held Saturday, Nov. 19, at the St. Croix Central High School (CHS) gymnasium.
St. Croix Central High School (CHS) students did not board their buses as expected when classes were dismissed at 12:30 p.m. following midterm exams on Thursday, Nov. 10. Instead, they gave English teacher Dinah Browne a big surprise.
Four teams of students from St. Croix’s high schools on Monday participated in CyberPatriot – the National Youth Cyber Education Program competition.
The Juanita Gardine Elementary School’s EarlyAct Club was officially chartered in the presence of Rotary District Governor for the Caribbean 7020, Haresh Ramchandani, who was visiting from Jamaica.
Representatives of the Wyndham Vacation Ownership presented a total of $45,000 for education in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
The administration, faculty and staff at the St. Croix Educational Complex invites parents and guardians to a parent appreciation day and report card distribution from 8:30 to 11 a.m. Friday.
Students and staff at Ricardo Richards Elementary School (RRES) rolled out their School Year 2016-17 Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) initiative to improve students’ overall behavior on the campus and on school buses.