by Kevon Browne
St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): The Immaculate Conception Catholic School Joins at least five other educational institutions on the island that have switched to full or partial remote learning.
The other schools include the Washington Archibald High School, the Charles E. Mills Secondary School, Gingerland Secondary School, St. Paul’s Primary School and the Tucker Clarke Primary School.
According to a release from ICCS, the board decided to have all students, Kindergarten through Grade 11, switch to remote learning effective Monday, September 20.
Grades 2, 7 and 10 are among the tested classes that led to the school’s closure.
Pending the results of those tests and review of the health and safety protocols, the school shall remain in a state of remote learning.
During this closure, the school’s administration will move to sanitise the entire campus.