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Our low-speed vehicles in North Charleston come with many standard features and advantages, including:

  • Street Legal with No Driving Restrictions
  • Four and Six Passenger Golf Cart Rental Options
  • Premium Seating with Front-Facing and Rear-Facing Seats
  • Long-Range Battery Options Available
  • Safety Features Include Headlights, Taillights, Seatbelts, Turn Signals, and More
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Benefits of Renting a Golf Cart or LSV On North Charleston

Utilizing a golf cart or LSV to travel around North Charleston isn't just fun - it also benefits your trip. Using a golf cart or LSV makes it much easier to access parking. That's especially true in our downtown district, where many parking spaces are metered. When it's time to enjoy one of the many restaurants on North Charleston, be sure to use the designated golf cart parking at Ocean Blvd and JC Long Blvd to avoid the hassles, headaches, and costs of traditional parking.

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The Dinghy beach pub has a couple of designated golf cart spots within their parking area. If you decide to rent an LSV, you can also take it to Sullivans Island, which makes parking much easier.

When traveling North and South on the North Charleston, try to drive on Cameron Blvd and Hartnett Blvd when possible. Both options are less traveled than Palm or Waterway Blvd. and have a speed limit of 25 MPH. Waterway is a great option for traveling North and South, but you may run into more vehicular traffic. South of the Connector, try driving on Carolina Blvd or Ocean Blvd. Regardless of how you utilize them, an LSV or golf cart in North Charleston, SC, is super convenient and loads of fun during your stay.

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Benefits of Renting a Golf Cart or LSV On Sullivans Island

As is the case with North Charleston, choosing to rent a golf cart or LSV during your stay in Sullivans Island comes with many benefits. Like other areas, parking and getting around, in general, is just more manageable with a golf cart instead of a large car or SUV. If you rent a cart or LSV from Just Beachy but you're staying on Sullivans Island, you can bring your rental to the North Charleston and enjoy many of the same benefits.

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If you plan on exploring the length of Sullivans Island, be sure to use Ion Ave and Atlantic Ave when possible. Both options are less traveled than Middle Street. They also have a speed limit of 25 MPH. Conversely, on Middle Street, the speed limit is 35 MPH. If you travel this road, you'll have to pull over so that faster cars can pass you. This can happen often and can ruin your otherwise enthralling drive. Regardless of how you use them or wear you take them, renting an LSV or golf cart on Sullivans Island is a great choice for everyone involved.

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Benefits of Renting a Golf Cart or LSV On Sullivans Island

At Just Beachy Golf Cart Rentals, we want our guests to have the most fun, memorable experience possible when they visit. For that reason, it's important you keep these overall rental guidelines in mind.

  • If you're the primary renter of one of our golf carts, you must be 25 years of age or older and have a valid driver's license to operate our carts.
  • If any else will be driving a golf cart rental, they must be 21 years of age or older and have a valid driver's license.
  • You must uphold and be compliant with all government regulations and laws when using a golf cart rental or LSV rental.
  • You cannot have more people on your golf cart rental than the installed and designed seating capacity.
  • Alcoholic drinks are not permitted in our LSVs or golf cart rentals. You may not operate any cart while under the influence.
  • We only rent carts to single-family homes or townhomes. We do not rent to multi-story condos or hotels. Other locations inside Wild Dunes do not allow cart rentals. Additionally, regular golf cart rentals are not allowed in the Wild Dunes community. This area only permits street-legal LSV rentals.

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If you're searching for an unforgettable vacation in the prettiest of locations, thousands of visitors agree each year that the North Charleston is the place to go. From sun-filled days lounging by the beach to fine dining and everything in between, there's no shortage of new adventures to discover. And when it's time for new discoveries and unforgettable memories, renting an LSV or golf cart is the best way to get there.

Call or click today to learn more about Just Beachy Golf Cart Rentals or to get started booking your golf cart or LSV. We would be honored to serve you!

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Charleston Southern Buccaneers vs. Presbyterian Blue Hose: How to watch NCAA Basketball online, TV channel, live stream info, start time

Presbyterian is on the road but looking no worse for wear. They have jumped out to a quick 35-25 lead against Charleston Southern.Presbyterian came into the matchup with some extra motivation after the defeat they were dealt the last time these two teams faced off. We'll see if they're able to flip the script or if it'll just be more of the same.Presbyterian Blue Hose @ Charleston Southern BuccaneersCurrent Records: Presbyterian 8-7, Charleston Southern 4-9Charleston Southern will be in front of their home fans on...

Presbyterian is on the road but looking no worse for wear. They have jumped out to a quick 35-25 lead against Charleston Southern.

Presbyterian came into the matchup with some extra motivation after the defeat they were dealt the last time these two teams faced off. We'll see if they're able to flip the script or if it'll just be more of the same.

Presbyterian Blue Hose @ Charleston Southern Buccaneers

Current Records: Presbyterian 8-7, Charleston Southern 4-9

Charleston Southern will be in front of their home fans on Wednesday, but a look at the spread shows they might need that home-court advantage. The Charleston Southern Buccaneers and the Presbyterian Blue Hose will face off in a Big South battle at 7:00 p.m. ET at Buccaneer Fieldhouse.

It's hard to win when your shooting is a whole 22.8% worse than the opposition, a fact Charleston Southern found out the hard way on Friday. They took a serious blow against the Tar Heels, falling 105-60. Charleston Southern was in a tough position after the first half, with the score already sitting at 51-28.

Charleston Southern's loss came about despite a quality game from A'lahn Sumler, who scored 21 points.

Meanwhile, Presbyterian's three-game losing streak finally came to an end on Saturday. They blew past the Wildcats 91-67. The win was just what Presbyterian needed coming off of a 91-68 defeat in their prior matchup.

The Buccaneers bumped their record down to 4-9 with that loss, which was their 11th straight on the road dating back to last season. Those losses could be blamed on the team's lackluster offensive performance across that stretch, as they only averaged 60.7 points per game. As for the Blue Hose, they now have a winning record of 8-7.

Everything came up roses for Charleston Southern against Presbyterian in their previous meeting back in February of 2023 as the squad secured a 85-59 win. Will Charleston Southern repeat their success, or does Presbyterian have a better game plan this time around? We'll find out soon enough.

Presbyterian is a slight 1.5-point favorite against Charleston Southern, according to the latest college basketball odds.

The oddsmakers had a good feel for the line for this one, as the game opened with the Blue Hose as a 1-point favorite.

The over/under is set at 142.5 points.

See college basketball picks for every single game, including this one, from SportsLine's advanced computer model. Get picks now.

Charleston Southern has won 7 out of their last 10 games against Presbyterian.

15 Vital Weekday Breakfast Spots To Know in Charleston

What could be more luxurious than going to a leisurely breakfast during the week? Perhaps you took the day off, need to conduct a morning meeting, or simply want a great plate of eggs. Here are the essential weekday breakfast establishments to know in the Lowcountry. Read MoreEater maps are curated by editors and aim to reflect a diversity of neighborhoods, cuisines, and prices. ...

What could be more luxurious than going to a leisurely breakfast during the week? Perhaps you took the day off, need to conduct a morning meeting, or simply want a great plate of eggs. Here are the essential weekday breakfast establishments to know in the Lowcountry.

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Eater maps are curated by editors and aim to reflect a diversity of neighborhoods, cuisines, and prices. Learn more about our editorial process.

The Junction Kitchen & Provisions quickly is the go-to for Park Circle inhabitants to find a full breakfast near the neighborhood. The morning menu is served all day, including the doughnut sandwich layered with coffee-rubbed bacon, over easy egg, and served with a coffee dip.

Mercantile is one of the most spacious breakfast options to open on the peninsula, so bring the laptop and get some work done too — plenty of seats. The stylish spot opens early for those looking for coffee, yogurt bowls, breakfast sandwiches, or house-smoked salmon on a bagel. Bonus: free wifi and a large parking lot.

Bright spot the Daily carries creative coffee drinks, like the black sesame latte, and some of the quickest breakfast items around. Stop by this hip cafe for an avocado toast or breakfast pita before heading to the office.

Vicious Biscuit serves other items than biscuits, but the fluffy carbs are the big draw here. Prepare to feel the need for a nap after indulging in a fried chicken biscuit the size of your head. There’s dozens of biscuit combos to try.

James Beard Award-winning chef John Currence brought Big Bad Breakfast to Charleston a few years ago, and it has been serving solid examples of Southern and diner cuisine at a brisk pace. This restaurant might just have the best flapjacks in town.

Daps Breakfast & Imbibe offer breakfast/brunch every day of the week and all day long. The vibe is chill and the food is filling. The Fruity Pebble pancakes and breakfast burrito with chorizo gravy are solid choices.

Tuck into cozy cafe Little Line for a big Southern breakfast with cheddar grits at the counter or order a bacon, egg, and cheese bagel to go. The chic Westside spot has proven consistent in its delivery of breakfast staples since it first opened. And if you’re running short on time, you can order ahead online.

West Ashley eatery Early Bird Diner is the greasy spoon of contemporary Southern dreams. The waitstaff leans quirky and tattooed, the food is filling and comforting, and the hours allow you to visit for brunch or late night. Try the chicken and waffles with honey mustard drizzle at least once, and then move on to the traditional sides and other comforting menu items.

Marina Variety Store is Charleston's diner by the sea. With views of the Ashley River, there's no better place to tuck into a bottomless cup of coffee and a bowl of shrimp and grits when the weather is clear.

Thoughtful pastries are the big draw at Harken Cafe, like the Apple Tahini muffins or brown sugar cake with pumpkin butter. But, if you have a free morning, grab a seat in the Parisian-inspired cafe and order a slice of quiche full of local produce or a fluffy egg sandwich on a ricotta biscuit.

Queen Street Grocery is nestled in the French Quarter, so customers can watch the carriage tours go by as they cut into a crepe or omelette. For those on the go, choose a hot-pressed breakfast sandwich on a croissant or bagel.

As the name states, Millers All Day does indeed serve breakfast all day. Look for big fluffy biscuits, pancakes, grits, and plenty of bacon in a hip, yet comfortable, dining room.

Fast & French serves a no-frills breakfast of croissants, toasts, ham plates, and cream cheese on rye with raisins. There might not be any eggs, but it's hard to resist the European charm of the cafe and the full carafes of French press coffee.

Super cute spot Baguette Magic offers carbs on carbs on carbs. Patrons rave about the recovery baguette — a hangover-curing combination of scrambled eggs, bacon, prosciutto, white cheddar, tomato jam, and arugula. For those in search of something sweet, check out the homemade Pop-Tarts or the chocolate croissant.

Lost Dog Cafe on Folly Beach is a chill place with an extensive breakfast list. From bagels to Benedicts to breakfast burritos, Lost Dog can accommodate a wide range of tastes.

The Junction Kitchen & Provisions quickly is the go-to for Park Circle inhabitants to find a full breakfast near the neighborhood. The morning menu is served all day, including the doughnut sandwich layered with coffee-rubbed bacon, over easy egg, and served with a coffee dip.

Mercantile is one of the most spacious breakfast options to open on the peninsula, so bring the laptop and get some work done too — plenty of seats. The stylish spot opens early for those looking for coffee, yogurt bowls, breakfast sandwiches, or house-smoked salmon on a bagel. Bonus: free wifi and a large parking lot.

Bright spot the Daily carries creative coffee drinks, like the black sesame latte, and some of the quickest breakfast items around. Stop by this hip cafe for an avocado toast or breakfast pita before heading to the office.

Vicious Biscuit serves other items than biscuits, but the fluffy carbs are the big draw here. Prepare to feel the need for a nap after indulging in a fried chicken biscuit the size of your head. There’s dozens of biscuit combos to try.

James Beard Award-winning chef John Currence brought Big Bad Breakfast to Charleston a few years ago, and it has been serving solid examples of Southern and diner cuisine at a brisk pace. This restaurant might just have the best flapjacks in town.

Daps Breakfast & Imbibe offer breakfast/brunch every day of the week and all day long. The vibe is chill and the food is filling. The Fruity Pebble pancakes and breakfast burrito with chorizo gravy are solid choices.

Tuck into cozy cafe Little Line for a big Southern breakfast with cheddar grits at the counter or order a bacon, egg, and cheese bagel to go. The chic Westside spot has proven consistent in its delivery of breakfast staples since it first opened. And if you’re running short on time, you can order ahead online.

West Ashley eatery Early Bird Diner is the greasy spoon of contemporary Southern dreams. The waitstaff leans quirky and tattooed, the food is filling and comforting, and the hours allow you to visit for brunch or late night. Try the chicken and waffles with honey mustard drizzle at least once, and then move on to the traditional sides and other comforting menu items.

Marina Variety Store is Charleston's diner by the sea. With views of the Ashley River, there's no better place to tuck into a bottomless cup of coffee and a bowl of shrimp and grits when the weather is clear.

Thoughtful pastries are the big draw at Harken Cafe, like the Apple Tahini muffins or brown sugar cake with pumpkin butter. But, if you have a free morning, grab a seat in the Parisian-inspired cafe and order a slice of quiche full of local produce or a fluffy egg sandwich on a ricotta biscuit.

Queen Street Grocery is nestled in the French Quarter, so customers can watch the carriage tours go by as they cut into a crepe or omelette. For those on the go, choose a hot-pressed breakfast sandwich on a croissant or bagel.

As the name states, Millers All Day does indeed serve breakfast all day. Look for big fluffy biscuits, pancakes, grits, and plenty of bacon in a hip, yet comfortable, dining room.

Fast & French serves a no-frills breakfast of croissants, toasts, ham plates, and cream cheese on rye with raisins. There might not be any eggs, but it's hard to resist the European charm of the cafe and the full carafes of French press coffee.

Super cute spot Baguette Magic offers carbs on carbs on carbs. Patrons rave about the recovery baguette — a hangover-curing combination of scrambled eggs, bacon, prosciutto, white cheddar, tomato jam, and arugula. For those in search of something sweet, check out the homemade Pop-Tarts or the chocolate croissant.

Lost Dog Cafe on Folly Beach is a chill place with an extensive breakfast list. From bagels to Benedicts to breakfast burritos, Lost Dog can accommodate a wide range of tastes.

Berkeley Co. woman indicted for alleged $900K wire fraud against North Charleston business

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) — A Berkeley County woman has been indicted on charges of wire fraud after allegedly charging over $900,000 worth of personal expenses to a North Charleston business's American Express credit card.Christina Soda is accused of knowingly devising a scheme to defraud Wholesale Industrial Electronics Corporation while she held the title of comptroller for the company.The indictment says Soda began working for Wholesale Industrial in 1995, and was promoted to comptroller in 2000.As part of ...

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) — A Berkeley County woman has been indicted on charges of wire fraud after allegedly charging over $900,000 worth of personal expenses to a North Charleston business's American Express credit card.

Christina Soda is accused of knowingly devising a scheme to defraud Wholesale Industrial Electronics Corporation while she held the title of comptroller for the company.

The indictment says Soda began working for Wholesale Industrial in 1995, and was promoted to comptroller in 2000.

As part of her duties as comptroller, the indictment states Soda was to manage and reconcile corporate credit card expenses and keep note of the expenses in the company's general ledger.

READ MORE: Russel Laffitte's lawyers appeal federal bank fraud and money laundering conviction

Beginning in November of 2015, The United States Attorney's Office alleges Soda "knowingly devised and intended to devise a scheme" to defraud Wholesale industrial and to illegally obtain money and property on fraudulent pretenses.

The indictment says Soda assisted with the creation and implementation of Wholesale Industrial's corporate America Express account in or around 2015.

It goes on to say Soda listed herself as an authorized user on the credit card issued to the company's vice president, without the vice president's knowledge.

Soda is accused of making unauthorized personal purchases on Wholesale Industrial's company credit card and then concealing those personal purchases "by creating fraudulent and false general ledger entries."

The indictment says Soda would represent her personal expenses as legitimate Wholesale Industrial business expenses.

Listed in the indictment are some examples of personal purchases Soda allegedly made using the company's credit card:

READ MORE: Florida woman sentenced to 20 years for $192 million Medicare fraud scheme

If Soda is convicted of Title 18, United States Code, Section 1343 violations as charged in the indictment, the law requires forfeitures including, but not limited to, a sum of money equaling a minimum of $966,368,98 in this case, according to the indictment.

Soda's initial appearance and arraignment is set for Jan. 4 at 10:30 a.m. in Charleston Courtroom #4 before Magistrate Judge Molly H. Cherry.

You can read the full indictment below.

New dining venues opening in Mount Pleasant, North Charleston and Summerville

Three new places to grab a meal on the go or dine in are opening across the Charleston area over the next week or so and another plans to open by the end of January.In Mount Pleasant, a Pawleys Island-based business wants customers literally to “get carried away” over a ...

Three new places to grab a meal on the go or dine in are opening across the Charleston area over the next week or so and another plans to open by the end of January.

In Mount Pleasant, a Pawleys Island-based business wants customers literally to “get carried away” over a dining venue opening soon.

Get Carried Away, with its well-known Palmetto Cheese pimento cheese brand, will roll into the former Wild Wings Cafe space in Moultrie Plaza Shopping Center at 644 Coleman Blvd. tentatively on Jan. 11 with a soft opening, according to owner Brian Henry.

The cafe and market is awaiting one final inspection before it opens, according to David O’Donnell, part of the management staff overseeing final details. Stocking is expected to take place over the weekend.

The outside area, called The Perch, will be open for casual eating and drinking and will offer full service in late winter or early spring.

The site’s prepared to-go food offerings include Lowcountry boils, tomato pies, chicken salad, 18 different casseroles, dips, spreads, appetizers, pies, grab-and-go items, sandwiches, salads, soups, daily specials, steaks, chicken, pork, seafood, bread and everyday grocery items such as milk, eggs, butter and produce, craft beer and wine.

Hours will be 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday through Saturday. When The Perch opens with full service, the business will be open until 9 p.m. Henry also is considering opening on Sundays during the summer.

On the way

On Johns Island, a proposed mixed-used development includes dining and shopping venues, office space, residences and a hotel.

Developer New Leaf Builders wants to build three restaurants totaling 8,500 square feet, a 2,450-square-foot retail area, 7,500-square-foot office building, a 55,000-square-foot hotel and 65 residential units at 2935 Maybank Highway in a new development called Jubilee.

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The 13.3-acre site sits behind property owned by Church of God of Prophecy and extends to Cane Slash Road. It is near Wildts Battery Boulevard.

The developer is asking the city to review the planned unit development before it is submitted to the Planning Commission.

Landing soon

In North Charleston, the long-awaited Chick-fil-A restaurant at Charleston International Airport will open soon after a monthlong delay from the originally scheduled opening date in early December.

The fast-food venue is set for a soft opening on Jan. 11 before a ribbon-cutting ceremony takes place at 11:30 a.m. Jan. 18 for the official launch.

The new restaurant is unique at CHS because it provides access to ticketed passengers and non-ticketed visitors and airport workers. The main service counter is on the post-security side of the terminal while a service window will be available on the pre-security side in the Central Hall area under the dome.

Now serving

In Nexton near Summerville, Page’s Okra Grill has begun serving to-go items only at its newly built restaurant at 142 Brighton Park Blvd.

The dining room, located near the former food truck site off Rose Drive, is not open yet to the public while employees undergo training, according to the restaurant’s Facebook posting. In-house dining is expected to begin over the next week or so.

With its main operation on Coleman Boulevard in Mount Pleasant, Page’s also has a food truck in Moncks Corner and operates Hushpuppies Seafood Co. on North Main Street in Summerville.

Coming soon

A new hamburger-focused restaurant will open soon in North Charleston.

Smashley’s Burger Bar plans to open in late January at 5401 Netherby Lane, between Urban Nirvana and Accent on Wine off Dorchester Road.

Owners Victor and Ashley Valdivieso, who also have Victor’s Lab food truck, will offer several differently prepared all-beef burgers, chicken items, vegetarian offerings, zucchini chips, fried cauliflower, Latin fries, empanadas and various rice bowls. Beer, seltzers, ciders, soft drinks and tea also will be available.

Hours will be 11 a.m.-2 p.m. and 5 p.m.-9 p.m. Monday through Thursday, until 10 p.m. Friday, and 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Saturday. The restaurant will be closed on Sunday.

What’s cooking?

A bakery that’s been in the works for a couple of years is making its way through the city of Charleston review process again.

Mae’s Sweets With Soul wants to build a single-story building with a drive-thru on a 1.83-acre site at 3919 Savannah Highway, east of Rantowles Creek.

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Owner Lillie M. Smalls first presented plans to the city in August 2022. A planning department committee recently considered the proposal but asked that the plans be revised and returned.

Cleaning up

Another new car-cleaning business recently opened in the Charleston area.

Tommy’s Express Car Wash can be found at 3680 Ashley Phosphate Road in North Charleston. One other location is coming to the city near Tanger Outlets, while three will be located in the Summerville area: at 1509 Trolley Road, 1319 N. Main St. and 1581 Central Ave., according to the company’s website.

Opening of new North Charleston school delayed again

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - Students who were looking forward to their first day of school in the new Malcolm C. Hursey Montessori School will have to wait even longer.The Charleston County School District sent a letter Tuesday night notifying families of the school that students will have an eLearning day on Wednesday and Thursday after an “unexpected delay.”Malcolm C. Hursey Montessori School building was originally slated to open on Wednesday, but officials anticipate the school will open on Friday.And...

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - Students who were looking forward to their first day of school in the new Malcolm C. Hursey Montessori School will have to wait even longer.

The Charleston County School District sent a letter Tuesday night notifying families of the school that students will have an eLearning day on Wednesday and Thursday after an “unexpected delay.”

Malcolm C. Hursey Montessori School building was originally slated to open on Wednesday, but officials anticipate the school will open on Friday.

Andy Pruitt, a spokesperson with the district, didn’t say exactly what caused the “unexpected delay,” but said the school district “has identified items necessary to receive approval from the South Carolina Office of School Facilities.”

“CCSD is partnering closely with state officials, construction managers, and all relevant stakeholders to ensure that we meet and exceed all safety requirements,” Pruitt said in the letter to parents.

Construction on the Spruill Avenue school in North Charleston began in February 2022 and was expected to be completed by August.

When it wasn’t ready for the start of the new school year, students attended Morningside Middle School, and district officials hoped students would be in the new building around winter break.

RELATED: Parents frustrated after Charleston Co. Schools push back Montessori opening

You can find the full letter that was sent to families Tuesday night below.

Dear Hursey Parents,

We hope this message finds you well.

It is with a heavy heart that we inform you of an unexpected delay in the opening of the school, originally scheduled for tomorrow. The District deeply apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause and wants to assure you that the safety and well-being of our students remain our top priority.

Today, we encountered unforeseen challenges that necessitated a thorough reassessment of our readiness to welcome students. Hursey will be moving to an eLearning day tomorrow, Wednesday, January 3, and Thursday, January 4.

Your child’s teacher will provide additional information about eLearning via Google Classroom.

We want to be transparent with you about the situation and assure you that while we know the building will provide an enriching learning environment for all of our students now and in the future, we have identified items necessary to receive approval from the South Carolina Office of School Facilities. CCSD is partnering closely with state officials, construction managers, and all relevant stakeholders to ensure that we meet and exceed all safety requirements.

Please be assured that we are working tirelessly to expedite the necessary processes. We will keep you updated on our progress and anticipate the school opening on Friday, January 5.

We recognize the impact this may have on your lives, including work and childcare plans. We sincerely and genuinely apologize for any inconvenience.

We are delighted to welcome families into the building on Thursday, January 4, from 3:30 P.M. to 6:00 P.M. Additional school tours are planned for January 16 and January 24. You will receive more detailed information soon.

We cannot adequately express our gratitude for your patience and cooperation. We will ensure a safe and successful school opening.

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