Back to school for Brac Years 11 & 12

| 18/11/2008

(CNS): Work is progressing to re-open the Cayman Brac High School later this week despite a temporary loss of power caused by a blown transformer. Notwithstanding this setback, students from years 11 and 12 are expected to be able to return to school on Friday, and it is anticipated that students in all other years will return during the course of next week.

After initially re-establishing power to the school on Saturday, workers from Cayman Brac Power & Light are once again working diligently to replace the affected transformer which blew sometime on Monday. The replacement transformer is expected to arrive in Cayman Brac tomorrow (Wednesday) and power is expected to be fully restored on Thursday.

Commenting on the progress made, Chief Education Officer Shirley Wahler stated that the Department of Education Services is pleased that students from years 11 and 12 can be accommodated and look forward to having all students back in school as soon as possible.

To this end, all teachers in Cayman Brac are to report to work on Wednesday 19th November and are asked to contact either their principal or Acting Learning Community Leader Tammy Banks-Dacosta on 916 6287 if they have any questions or concerns.
 

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