CHRISTINA SCHOOL BOARD: CLOSE PULASKI FOR AT LEAST 2 WEEKS! YOU ARE BEING LIED TO!!!!

If the Christina School Board does not vote to close Pulaski for at least two weeks, I will lose all faith in their ability as a governing board.  How many more cover-ups do they need to see?  How many more teachers have to get sick?  If they vote no, I challenge them to spend 48 hours straight in that building.  If the rooms that are being cleaned are still closed off, just stay in the rooms above them.  See what they vote then…

They didn’t pull the carpet up from the ISS room.  Let me reiterate… they did not pull the carpet up in one of the rooms they cleaned.  Carpets are made of fibers.  Pull up that carpet.  See what is underneath it.  I don’t care if they carpet cleaned it.  There is mold in that school.  It is not in those three rooms alone at high levels.  I know you want rock-solid proof on this.  But how many more people have to get sick or worse before you get that rock-solid proof?  You have enough now.  Act.  Do not wait.

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4 thoughts on “CHRISTINA SCHOOL BOARD: CLOSE PULASKI FOR AT LEAST 2 WEEKS! YOU ARE BEING LIED TO!!!!

  1. CSD, there has never been a more critical time to close a school and relocate its’ students. You have space in Bancroft and Stubbs and a school calendar adjustment can be made. You did it when you remodeled Downs and moved the entire school to West Park. Come to think of it, didn’t you find mold at Downs? Are you treating our poor minority students with disparity?

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  2. Some molds also produce mycotoxins that can pose serious health risks to humans and animals. The term “toxic mold” refers to molds that produce mycotoxins, such as Stachybotrys chartarum, not to all molds. Exposure to high levels of mycotoxins can lead to neurological problems and in some cases death. Prolonged exposure, e.g., daily workplace exposure, can be particularly harmful.

    The five most common genera of indoor molds are Cladosporium, Penicillium, Aspergillus, Alternaria and Trichoderma.

    Damp environments which allow mold to grow can also produce bacteria and help release volatile organic compounds.

    Lifted from Wikipedia — Mold Health Issues…

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