Sunday, April 14, 2024

School reopens but concerns linger


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CLASSES AT THE Ellerton Primary School resumed today but only a limited number of students turned up.

The school was closed for cleaning last week after reports that the occupation of the roof by pigeons had resulted in discomfort and health issues for students and teachers.

Some parents went to the school this morning to find out if it was opened since they had not gotten any official word from the school or the Ministry of Education.

One parent said a lot of children came early but found the gate closed and returned home. Others also said some classrooms were not properly cleaned as yet.

However, principal Donna Allman said the area of concern had been remedied and school was in session today. (LK)


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