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District Schools to Close Early on Thursday, May 11

The Virgin Islands Department of Education’s St. Thomas-St. John District Office of the Insular Superintendent notifies parents there will be an early dismissal of all public schools on Thursday, May 11. Dismissals will take place three hours before normal release times and are necessary to accommodate monthly job-embedded professional development for teachers.  

Lunch will be served before students are released and buses will be dispatched early to schools to transport students to their normal drop-off locations. Parents are asked to ensure students are properly supervised following dismissals.

 Schools will resume normal times on Friday, May 12. 

 The following is a list of student release times by school for Thursday, May 11:     

Cancryn             12:00 p.m.                 


CAHS                12:10 p.m.                

BCB                   11:25 a.m.                 

Eudora Kean      11:50 a.m.                

Sprauve              12:00 p.m.                

EWAA               12:10 p.m.               

Abraham            11:40 a.m.                

Muller                11:40 a.m.                

Dober                 11:45 a.m.                

Tuitt                   11:35 a.m.                

Sibilly                11:30 a.m.               

Lockhart            11:45 a.m.                 

EBO                  11:45 a.m.                

Gomez               11:40 a.m.                 

Bowsky              11:40 a.m. 

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