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Carmen Rene records a positive COVID case; parents lament “lack of communication”

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A few parents with children attending the Carmen Rene Memorial School have reached out to MBC Prime in concern following news that a grade 3 student there tested positive for the coronavirus. Among their concerns was what they say is a lack of communication from the school regarding the situation there. Senior Investigative Correspondent Miguel Fevrier has been looking into the reports and filed this report.

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SEASONAL CHEER EXTENDED TO BABONNEAU STUDENTS

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Students at one national institution have been given a dose of Christmas cheer, by one community service organization, in what has been described as a challenging year for many. While structured as a fun activity for students, the Rotary Christmas Party also presented an opportunity to increase the stores of personal protective equipment available to students and teachers alike.

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France launches new student communication campaign in Saint Lucia

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A worldwide communication campaign to draw students to study in France was launched in Saint Lucia. “Bienvenue en France” campaign – is a key pillar of the country’s international education strategy and its goal to attract 500,000 foreign students by 2027. The official ceremony took place at Alliance Franciase De Sainte Lucie.

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Are adequate mental health support services provided to students?

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The continuous transition between virtual and in person learning has been examined as a possible point of psychological strain on students, who this week returned to in person learning nationwide at primary and secondary levels. The significance of psychological support services in educational spaces have come into focus, with a total of 8 school districts being served by a combination of district and in school councilors. With a total of 30 such professionals available, are students sufficiently served?

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