Cow itch Forces Closure of Daryll Jordan Secondary

Cow itch Forces Closure of Daryll Jordan Secondary

The Daryll Jordan Secondary School in St. Lucy has been forced closed by a cow itch problem with classes to be held on online tomorrow and Monday while the issue is addressed.

President of the Barbados Union of Teachers, Rudy Lovell, tells Starcom Network News that some teachers left the school compound just after nine this morning after they and students were affected by the problem.

He stressed that the situation should not be characterised as a walk out by teaching staff.


President of the BUT, Rudy Lovell.

Principal of the School Ken Layne briefed Starcom Network News explaining the situation.

Mr. Layne confirmed that there will be a temporary switch to online classes while the problem is dealt with.

Principal of the Daryll Jordan Secondary School, Ken Layne

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