(Jamaica Observer) ST JAMES, Jamaica – The management team at St James High School say they are currently dealing with an emergency following news that the school’s office was broken into on Tuesday night and Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) papers stolen.
While details are unavailable at this time, reports indicate that the stolen papers were scheduled for today’s sitting of examinations.
Efforts to contact the head of the Ministry of Education Region Four, Dr. Michelle Pinnock, have proven futile.
When contacted, a representative of the school told OBSERVER ONLINE that both the principal and the vice principal were currently dealing with an emergency.
An official from CXC said a meeting has since been convened. They were, however, unable to speak further on the matter at this time.