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DOE issues announcement for UMS, Tiyan

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 by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - The Department of Education has released the following advisory for parents and students who plan to register for Untalan Middle School and Tiyan High School.

Untalan Middle School (“UMS”):

 Registration for UMS will take place daily at the George Washington High School (“GWHS”) in room A101 from 9-11am and 1-3pm for the month of July. The office for the school is temporarily located at GWHS as well while the renovation of the school campus is being completed.

For more information please call – 300-2976.

Tiyan High School (“THS”):

Summer registration for THS will run through July. Registration packets are available at the THS main office and Building A of the GDOE Headquarters as the school continues to prepare for opening day in August.

Parent/Student Meetings – THS will be holding parent/student meetings at 6:00pm at PC Lujan

Elementary School on July 1-3, 2014 for all grade levels. For more information please call 300-1536 or email ths@gdoe.net

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