Greetings! I am Myron V. Walwyn, Minister for Education and Culture, and I am pleased to offer congratulatory remarks to the Fifth Formers of the Secondary Schools of the Territory of the Virgin Islands, who have completed their graduation requirements and are today celebrating their achievements with their teachers and parents.
The Ministry of Education and Culture and the Department of Youth Affairs and Sports invites persons in the community who have an interest in youth development and sporting services to the Tortola youth focused stakeholders meeting on Monday, June 22.
The meeting begins at 5:30 p.m. at the Student Services Conference Room on the second floor of the Ward Building.
For more information, contact the Department of Youth Affairs and Sports at telephone number 494-3701 ext. 4949.
The following schools who have completed their pre-registration are required to pay their respective fees which include insurance (if they are purchasing the school’s insurance), physical education uniform and house shirts at the Elmore Stoutt High School.
I extend heartiest congratulations to the class of 2015 on behalf of the Ministry of Education and Culture and admonish you first to be thankful for what you have achieved here at HLSCC, and second, to continue on the path of success. Graduates, you deserve every bit of pomp and circumstance that you will have today and I encourage you to soak up the moment as we celebrate you and your success.
The activities were held under the theme “All Things are Possible”, and gave students from grade one through five the opportunity to meet and interact with volunteers from a variety of professional backgrounds.
The Virgin Islands School of Technical Studies is inviting Grade 9 parents and students across the Territory to attend the open house and pre-registration session on the school’s grounds in Baughers Bay on Wednesday, June 17, and Thursday, June 18, from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.