Senator Frank Aguon Jr. drafted a letter to the superintendent about the perceived disarray during a visit to Simon Sanchez High School yesterday morning.
Guam – Yesterday, multiple campuses faced much-needed repairs as students returned for their first day of class.
This drew criticism from Senator Frank Aguon Jr. who drafted a letter to the superintendent about the perceived disarray during a visit to Simon Sanchez High School yesterday morning.
At the home of the sharks, administrators scrambled to house 13 classrooms before they were finally given the green light of approval from the Department of Public Works at 10am yesterday.
In addition, multiple rooms experienced air conditioning outage which prompted at least one class to conduct school in their library.
When the Democrat lawmaker arrived on campus, he apparently questioned the timeliness of the repairs, to which Superintendent Jon Fernandez responded that Phase 1 was completed and Phase 2 of the scheduled renovations was on time.
In addition, Guam Education Board Chairman Peter Alecxis Ada sent media the following response to Sen. Aguon’s critiques: