Several schools fail to open

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THE start yesterday of the new school term got off to a rough start for many primary school students in South, South West and Central Trinidad as there were reports of faulty windows, incomplete toilets and ongoing electrical repairs at school compound…

THE start yesterday of the new school term got off to a rough start for many primary school students in South, South West and Central Trinidad as there were reports of faulty windows, incomplete toilets and ongoing electrical repairs at school compounds. The schools affected were identified as Mayaro Government Primary, Grant Memorial Presbyterian Primary, Longdenville Government Primary, Moruga RC Primary, Cap-de-Ville Government Primary, South Oropouche RC Primary and Reform Presbyterian Primary schools.

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