All classes at the School of Accounting and Management (SAM) are canceled tomorrow.
SAM will be closed due to the inclement weather.
This includes all branches across the country.
The University of the West Indies says an initial investigation reveals no evidence of attempted or alleged sexual assault on a student at the campus yesterday, contrary to what has been mentioned on some social media sites.
In a statement issued on Wednesday, the university's St Augustine Campus said it is working with the relevant authorities to investigate the incident but notes that according to a report from campus security, there was, in fact, a robbery involving a student near the Student Activity Centre (SAC).
Holy Name Convent has embarked on a school expansion drive to build more teaching spaces to ensure the rich legacy of the Dominican Sisters continues in its drive to educate the young women of Trinidad and Tobago.
Commenting on the school's rich tradition in education via a media release, chairman of the Building Veritas Fund, Ian Benjamin, explained, “We are proud of the tremendous heritage that Holy Name Convent has. Its physical space has proven to be a sacred space that allows our young women to blossom and grow in service.”
The rakhi issue at the St Augustine Girls' High School was blown out of proportion in media reports, according to the principal of the school.
The school was put into the national spotlight after Pundit Satyanand Maharaj claimed that a Hindu student was brought before the school and shamed for wearing a rakhi, a symbol of brotherhood love in the Hindu religion.
School sewers are becoming clogged because there is no toilet paper available for students to use.
In desperation, many are forced to clean themselves with pieces of clothing or sheets of paper which, when flushed, clogs the sewer triggering further expense for the Ministry of Education.
The Ministry of Education is commending the Police Service and by extention, Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith for upholding the commitment to strategic partnership in ensuring that there is safety, and further, accountability for actions in schools.
The Ministry issued a statement Friday in reference to the Princes Town West Secondary students who have been charged with assault and released on bail.