Help the Seniors of the Virgin Islands Get the Graduation They Deserve

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jeremy massey
May 19, 2021
Every child deserves to go out with a bang. Our kids are the future.

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Olamide Connell
May 17, 2021
With as much as they’ve been through they deserve to be recognized publicly for their resilience! CONGRATS and hats off to them!!!!!

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Charlene Turnbull
May 17, 2021
Our childhood memories are very precious. They last a lifetime. My heart goes out to the class of 2021. 2 cat 5 hurricanes and COVID-19!? Let's help them have good memories and celebrate this milestone. It can be done safely. DOE, put your brilliant minds together and let's give these students a chance to celebrate their accomplishments with the support of their families, friends and the community.

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Ealiane Joseph
May 16, 2021
I am signing this petition to support the students in their stance on getting a proper graduation that they've worked so hard for. How is it sensible for them to have a prom but no graduation? They deserve a proper send off for achieving this milestone. GIVE THEM A GRADUATION and follow the CDC guidelines.

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Terrie Hodge
May 16, 2021
Adequate spacing shouldn't be difficult!

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Rawn Sasso
May 16, 2021
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Anita Davis
May 16, 2021
i believe that with compliance this could be done. i hope it's not too late.

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Kvante Brathwaite
May 15, 2021
I’m signing this because the seniors of both public schools deserves to have a full cultured graduation like no other .

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Onika Popo-James
May 15, 2021
It's only right!

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Lorraine Motta
May 15, 2021
I do believe they deserve their ceremony.