This Week’s Senate Calendar

31st Legislature of the Virgin Islands
Senate Calendar Week Beginning January 11
Monday, January 11

No committee meetings will be held today.
Tuesday, January 12
No committee meetings will be held today.
Wednesday, January 13
10 a.m.

Committee on Education and Workforce Development
Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall, St. Thomas
Agenda:
The committee will meet to hear testimony from the Department of Education, as well as from the teachers’ and administrators’ unions, providing a comprehensive update on the department’s activities, facilities and programs to include, but not limited to:
1) School environment and safety on campuses
2) Standardized testing and student achievements
3) Curriculum development and reform
4) Special Education
5) School lunch
6) Status of school facilities and the hiring of school maintenance workers
7) Compensation of teachers and other educational personnel
8) Status of federal funds and federally funded contracts
Thursday, January 14
10 a.m.

Committee on Homeland Security, Public Safety and Justice
Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall, St. Thomas
Agenda:
The committee has scheduled a meeting to discuss the results of the Virgin Islands Police Department’s Assessment as conducted by T&M Protection Resources. The scope of the report reviews the deficiencies of the department’s practices, administrative and operational functions, and makes recommendations based on the findings.
Friday, January 15
10 a.m.

Committee on Homeland Security, Public Safety and Justice
Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall, St. Thomas
Agenda:
The committee will receive testimony and take action on the following bills:
(Agenda will follow.)
 

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