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SIBILLY TO MARK EDUCATION WEEK WITH MOTORCADE

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Nov. 15, 2002 – Sunday through Friday, Nov. 17-22, is "American Education Week," and Joseph Sibilly School personnel are taking their observance of the occasion on the road.
On Monday, a motorcade involving Sibilly teachers and staff, other Education Department personnel, parents, and other volunteers and supporters will leave the North Side school at 8:30 a.m. and proceed "in a route around Charlotte Amalie," Principal Dora Hill said. The motor vehicles will be festooned with red, white and blue streamers and balloons, she said.
Other activities of the Sibilly observance are:
– Group worship Sunday morning at Reformation Lutheran Church and then brunch at the Renaissance Grand Beach Resort.
– A "mentoring and shadowing" program throughout the school week bringing together students with special needs and representatives of the private and public sectors. The program "will give these students insight into the business world and perhaps will spark in them a desired career path," Hill said.
– A Karaoke Night gathering on Thursday for teachers, parents and other school supporters at Iggies Bar and Grill at the Bolongo Bay Beach Club.
During school hours, Sibilly teachers will have special programs for their classes and will receive "tokens of appreciation," the release stated.

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