Monday, September 25, 2017

School repairs get good review *

Pupils urged: Take better care of property

AGREEMENT: THA Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles, left, talks with Water and Sewerage Authority representatives, assistant to the chairman, Raquel Brown, right, and executive secretary to the CEO, Meiling Wong, after the signing of a memorandum of agreement for a waste-water treatment plant in southwest Tobago that will serve roughly 20,000 Tobagonians.


Pupils in Tobago returned to school on Monday, September 4 without any major hiccups, with repairs during the July-August vacation period completed on time.

Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles, who is also Secretary of Education, Innovation and Energy, is pleased with the repairs he saw during a surprise visit.

“It was designed to see for myself what is happening at the schools, to get an idea because it was unannounced so I wanted to see the school in its glory. I didn't want a situation where people knew I was coming so they planned,” he said.

 

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