Grazettes reopening ‘on course’
FANS ARE BEING placed in Grazettes Primary School in an effort to air out the building following its closure due to improper fogging techniques before the start of the school year.
Acting Minister of Education Senator Harry Husbands said so far all was on course for the reopening in two weeks’ time.
“The Ministry of Health is putting everything in place, mainly airing the building as much as possible. They are going to install the necessary fans to clear out some of the odours in the corners and basement. It is a process of airing the building and getting it ready in various other ways for school to resume,” he said.
Husbands, as well as other members of the ministry, today toured the Breath of Life and Ebenezer Seventh Day Adventist churches where the students are being schooled temporarily.
The class one to class four students were in Breath of Life while the Nursery to Infants B students were in Ebenezer.
Husbands thanked the SDA church for again coming to the aid of the ministry, adding he wished more organisations were as willing to work with Government. (CA)