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ALHCS Mobile Phone & Personal Electronic Device Acceptable  Use Policy

ALHCS Mobile Phone & Personal Electronic Device Acceptable Use Policy Updated

🕔11:28, 4.Sep 2017

    The Albena Lake-Hodge Comprehensive School expresses gratitude to all parents particularly those who hold the rules of the school and seek to instill respect for the institution in their children and wider community. We encourage all those who

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Bring Your Own Device

Bring Your Own Device Updated

🕔11:26, 4.Sep 2017

    Commencing with the new academic year (2017 – 2018) the Albena Lake-Hodge Comprehensive School (ALHCS) will begin formally using laptops as part of their instructional practices. The driving force behind this change is to meet the evolving requirements

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Franklin Connor An Influential Voice In Anguilla/St.Martin/St.Maarten Ferry Service

Franklin Connor An Influential Voice In Anguilla/St.Martin/St.Maarten Ferry Service Updated

🕔11:26, 4.Sep 2017

    Following his long and successful public service career in the Ministry of Finance, the late Mr. Franklin B. Connor OBE, was both an influential voice in the ferry service operated between Anguilla, French St.Martin and Dutch St.Maarten, but

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STAFFING CHANGES AT THE ANGUILLA COMMUNITY COLLEGE

STAFFING CHANGES AT THE ANGUILLA COMMUNITY COLLEGE Updated

🕔11:11, 4.Sep 2017

    The Anguilla Community College (ACC) is beginning the academic year 2017-2018 with a new President, Dr Karl Dawson, at the helm. In addition, the ACC has recently been invigorated by the recruitment of a Finance Officer, Ms Pamela

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FREE FROM SETBACKS, CAP JULUCA MOVING FORWARD Staff Party Ends Old Chapter

FREE FROM SETBACKS, CAP JULUCA MOVING FORWARD Staff Party Ends Old Chapter Updated

🕔11:05, 4.Sep 2017

      Originally, Cap Juluca, the only tourism property in Anguilla built on Crown Lands, usually closed for the slow season around this time of the year, and reopened for business in November at the start of the new

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ANGUILLA’S MAY/JUNE 2017 EXAM PERFORMANCE –  CARIBBEAN ADVANCED PROFICIENCY EXAMINATIONS (CAPE)

ANGUILLA’S MAY/JUNE 2017 EXAM PERFORMANCE – CARIBBEAN ADVANCED PROFICIENCY EXAMINATIONS (CAPE) Updated

🕔10:59, 4.Sep 2017

    In May/June 2017 a total of 127 candidates in Upper and Lower Six at the Albena Lake Hodge Comprehensive School wrote subjects at the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency level. There were 523 subject entries. This year registered an increase

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CARIBBEAN CERTIFICATE OF SECONDARY LEVEL COMPETENCE (CCSLC)

CARIBBEAN CERTIFICATE OF SECONDARY LEVEL COMPETENCE (CCSLC) Updated

🕔10:56, 4.Sep 2017

      The Albena Lake -Hodge Comprehensive School this year registered a decrease in both the number of candidate entries and subject entries for the Caribbean Certificate of Secondary Level Competence (CCSLC) programme. A total of 605 candidates were

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ANGUILLA’S MAY/JUNE 2017 EXAM PERFORMANCE – CARIBBEAN SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE (CSEC)

ANGUILLA’S MAY/JUNE 2017 EXAM PERFORMANCE – CARIBBEAN SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE (CSEC) Updated

🕔10:54, 4.Sep 2017

  In May/June 2017 a total of 209 candidates from the Albena Lake Hodge Comprehensive School wrote the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) examination for the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) at the Technical and General Proficiencies. There were 1319 subject

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Ask Your Doctor: POSTPARTUM HAEMORRHAGE

Ask Your Doctor: POSTPARTUM HAEMORRHAGE Updated

🕔10:53, 4.Sep 2017

      It is normal to bleed after having a baby, but some women experience bleeding that is heavier than normal. This is sometimes called a postpartum haemorrhage(PPH). A major haemorrhage can be life-threatening so it is important to

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UNICEF Sponsored Training Prepares Primary School Teachers  For Upcoming School Year

UNICEF Sponsored Training Prepares Primary School Teachers For Upcoming School Year Updated

🕔10:43, 4.Sep 2017

    On September 4th, 2017, all public primary schools on Anguilla will open their doors for the upcoming school year 2017-2018. Teachers from across the island will be expected to create warm inviting classrooms that will engage their students

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