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16 Dec 2016 00:32
The future of Guy Benjamin School in Coral Bay? There was no mention of the date of Grace's post but the mention of utilizing the GBS facility for early childhood education is of interest to me- does anyone know the current status of what Donna Frett-Gregory mentioned in this paragraph? “A primary...
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07 Dec 2016 19:15
HEAD START PROGRAMS ON ST JOHN I'm a 4-6 month 'snowbird' but would like to start a discussion about improving the educational services for St John children- primarily through Head Start. There is one HS program in Cruz Bay wwith 20 (maximum) children- ages 3-5. This is an excerpt...

St. John Nonprofit Agency Spotlight

Through a curriculum of private lessons, group classes, in-school curriculum, and multi-cultural and educational programs, it is our goal to help each student reach his/her artistic potential in a supportive and nurturing environment, extending services to various populations, including special needs and underserved and at-risk youth. For...
Reducing chronic diseases through prevention education & providing linkages to care & treatment. Established in October 2000 as a volunteer organization, Helping Others in a Positive Environment, Inc. (HOPE) is known in the HIV/AIDS community as an agency that helps others when no other agency can. ...
 
St John Rescue is chartered to provide: emergency rescue and medical support services to EMS, VI Police, and VI Fire, National Park Service, United States Coast Guard, VITEMA, FEMA, and heath clinic personnel. Safety and medical support and services for community events and activities, along with equipment and supplies...
Sisterhood is a powerful force for empowerment, healing, and positive social change. Our global sisterhood is multi-cultural and diverse. Sisterhood Agenda provides trauma-informed support services, outreach and education for women and girls locally and internationally with over 3,500 global partners in 34 countries.Sisterhood Agenda's...
Category: Youth Development
These scholarships honor the memory of Ruby Rutnik of St. John who would have been 40 years old, April 9, had she not died tragically in an auto accident at the tender age of 21. For 17 years, with the encouragement and support of the Virgin...
Category: Youth Development
Focus Virgin Island youth through sports and fitness,  giving them the confidence they need to set personal goals, achieve their aspirations and create opportunity for themselves, their family and their community.
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