The Valencia Secondary School has resumed regular classes, days after a circular was sent out to parents and guardians, scheduling students for different days of the week.
The issue surrounds the provision of furniture to the school.
A school administrator told CNC3 this morning that the problem has been rectified and that all students should attend classes daily.
The circular, which was dated September 6th indicated:
The University of the West Indies has made some amendments to how the new $500 Student's Amenities Fee will be implemented.
UWI announced the new fee earlier this week but following concerns by students, the university now says that students will be allowed to pay $250 at the beginning and the rest in the next semester.
Students attending the University of the West Indies will be required to pay a compulsory fee of $500 beginning in September, to enhance and develop the amenities of the Campus.
The fee will go toward supplementing the existing allocation for the development and enhancement of student facilities and services.
The fee will apply to both new and returning students and will be applicable at the beginning of each academic year.
It will not be applicable, however, to specially-admitted and exchange students.
The Government has been receiving mixed reactions from young people on social media, to the announcement that the State will be seeking to recover funds from students who defaulted on the Government Assistance for Tertiary Education (GATE) contracts.
Some are commending the move, others are critical of it and some are questioning what measures are in place for those who are forced out of studies by circumstances beyond their control.
Here are some of the reactions we received online. We've opted only to use the first names given by those who posted these comments.
One student has been charged and three others suspended, following a confrontation in Port-of-Spain involving school children and a police officer.
A video of the incident went viral on Tuesday.
It showed a police officer intervening in a scuffle among students on Charlotte Street but then forced to call for back-up when he was reportedly accosted by the students.
Today the Ministry of Education said the students have been identified and belong to schools in Port-of-Spain.
Three students of the Diego Martin North Secondary School have been suspended after starting a fire on the school's compound.
The incident took place around 1pm Monday.
Teachers noticed smoke emanating from a male bathroom and quickly extinguished the small blaze.
Today the Education Ministry said three students were found to have used a sheet of paper and a rag to start the fire. The Ministry said no damage was done to school property.
Police are Fire Services are investigating what appears to be a case of arson at the El Dorado East Secondary School.
The incident occurred around 1:30 this afternoon.
They suspect that some of the students that the Ministry of Education had identified with disciplinary problems, were involved.
The fire services managed to put out the fire after two classrooms were damaged.
Arouca police are investigating.
Two students of the Rio Claro East High School are in police custody after allegedly beating up the school's principal.
Police said that around 2.30pm, two Form 4 male students, both aged 16, were fighting on the school's compound when the principal attempted to intervene and break up the fight.
Police said that two students then turned on the principal, during which he was dealt several blows about his body.
The principal, Warren Garaway, was rushed to the Rio Claro Health Centre where he was treated for cuts, bruises, and swelling about his body.
Acting Assistant Commissioner of Police for Community Relations, Enez Joseph, says serious crimes involving students in schools, have been on the decline.
Joseph was addressing a news conference today to outline the police's service intervention strategies to address issues in schools.
He says that in 2015, there were 45 serious criminal offences involving students committed in schools, down from 57 in 2014.