A preliminary investigation into the eyesore greeting our children in the morning
So interesting, thanks! I extend a lot of grace to the district around the containers. They had to work fast and rough to build social distancing space for students during r2s, and these were likely the fastest way to solve a priority problem.
It would be nice if they were taken away before a kid breaks their neck falling off of one, but let’s see what happens over this next summer. Removing them doesn’t feel to me like a midyear priority.
What a eye sore. Guaranty none of the stuff in these containers was ever used.
It’s ridiculous that teachers have to hold out a cup to get funds to replace what, in some cases, are supplied they paid out of pocket for. That is why the district has insurance. There is zero reason why, post-pandemic, these containers are still there. They should have been removed and a claim for the property damaged made. The district has enough Directors and Assistant Superintendents that one of them can call the insurance company to send an adjuster over, and another can call the storage company and have them remove the containers. I’m sure the Garter Principle King of PR -er- Executive Director of Communications Messenger (how à propos) will have a perfectly good explanation for all of this. And I’d like to hear it.