CFBC Continues Regular Operations

Higher Education Institutions Remain Open

[BASSETERRE, MAY 26, 2021] The Ministry of Healths media release dated May 24, 2021, issued by the Office of the Chief Medical Officer, announced a proactive decision to close all schools in the Federation of St. Kitts & Nevis. All public schools in the Federation of St. Kitts & Nevis, at the early childhood, primary and secondary levels are physically closed for the next two weeks effective yesterday Tuesday, May 25, 2021

Please be advised that tertiary level institutions and institutions of higher education were not included in the announcement

Therefore, the Clarence Fitzroy Bryant college (CFBC) will remain open. All classes and examinations will continue as scheduled

The Colleges administration will continue to work diligently to ensure that the regular operation of the College is sustained whilst ensuring the wellbeing, health and safety of all faculty, staff, students and visitors

We recognise that these are unprecedented times, and that the situation is very fluid. Your safety and wellbeing remain of paramount concern to us, and we are therefore working assiduously to ensure that we take all the necessary precautions to protect all persons amid the evolving situation with COVID-19.

CFBC will continue to be guided by the Chief Medical Officer and the Ministries of Health and Education. Kindly note that all students, faculty, staff and persons conducting business at CFBC must observe all COVID19 protocols. These include the wearing of face masks, hand sanitization, temperature checks, providing contact details and observing physical distancing (6ft)

CFBC thanks you for your continued patience and understanding as we seek to safely navigate the effects of the deadly COVID19 pandemic.

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