Clearwater students sent home
The Department of Education is advising that Clearwater Middle School students have been dismissed for the remainder of today, 21 June, due to no water supply at the school. While emergency work to a water pump was being conducted, the water supply to the school stopped.
All necessary repairs to the water pump system are currently being carried out, and school is expected to resume as per the normal schedule on Monday, 24 June.
The Department of Education is working closely with the Bermuda Land Development Company (BLDC) to ensure that all issues are resolved in a timely fashion so that students may resume their studies.
All parents of Clearwater Middle School students have been contacted by the Principal in regards to dismissal procedures.
The Ministry of Education asks parents, staff and students for their patience during this time and regrets any inconvenience caused.
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