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Due to Covid-19, the school and daycare have been closed, the school did not request any fees from the parent since some parent got salary cuts and even dismisals from their jobs. the school solely depends on the fees to pay rental for the building, utilities and teachers salary, fees that a lot of times are postponed, decreased and even waived depending on each child situation
Phillips Street Private School is over 92 years old, formerly known as Miss Richi School on Phillips Street, Port of Spain and proudly was the foundation for big personalities of our country such and Wendell Mothley, Fitzgerald Hinds, Clinton Bernand and even the honorable President of Trinidad and Tobago Paula Mae Weeks.
As a parent of an past student i felt compelled to open this campain hoping that we can aid to pay the buiding and utilities fees in an effort to keep the school afloat.
Please join me in my quest and help such increible school where children are properly educated and loved at the same time.
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Education

Phillips Street Reloaded

by Cher Tovar
Created Jul 14, 2020 | #94 Picton Street, Newtown, POS, Trinidad &Tobago
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