Pupils from Carmarthen who have arrived in New York today, just as the city prepares for hurricane Sandy, are 'safe and secure' according to the school.
Pupils and staff from Ysgol Gyfun Bro Myrddin have been in America since last week and have already visited Washington D.C and Philadelphia.
As forecasters predict strong winds, heavy rain and flooding the school say they are in constant contact with the party and they are keen to reassure parents, relatives and friends that the group are safe and secure
We, the staff and pupils of Bro Myrddin are all enjoying our American trip.
At present it is cloudy but the forecasted terrible weather has not yet arrived.
We will adjust our plans in response to the strength of the hurricane / storm.
The safety of the children will have the highest priority over the next four days.
We communicate regularly with the school and are keen for all parents and guardians to have confidence in us as we provide care of the highest order to their sons and daughters over the next few days.”
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