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.

Why Did They Put A New Air Filter In At Pulaski But Not Clean The Cover? Stop Covering It Up And Hiding The Mold!!!!

Can someone please tell me what level of incompetence we are dealing with here? It is OBVIOUS Pulaski is fast becoming a potential health crisis. We have sick teachers, it’s raining maggots during IEP meetings, dead mice, and lots and lots of mold. And NOT in the computer lab and the two other rooms.  And knowing the issues, why would they replace an air filter BUT NOT CLEAN THE DAMN COVER TO THE UNIT?  Look at all that mold on there.  Come on.  What do we need to do here?  THEY ARE COVERING IT UP!  I saw brand new fresh tiles and white paint on ceiling tiles.  To see the pictures, see below… Continue reading “Why Did They Put A New Air Filter In At Pulaski But Not Clean The Cover? Stop Covering It Up And Hiding The Mold!!!!”

Hear Christina Superintendent Dr. Andrzejewski Talk About Mold Issue At Pulaski

Thanks to Newsworks for getting this video up on Youtube.

My Headache And Nasal Drip Are Gone!

This morning I followed-up on plans to observe a talented and gifted program in one of our Delaware schools.  It was great seeing the kids interacting with their teacher.  I arrived at Pulaski Elementary School at about 9:45am and stayed until shortly before noon.  I got a tour of the building.  I haven’t been in too many inner-city schools that are older, so it was great to see the design of the building and the different levels.

About fifteen minutes after arrival, I developed a nasal drip.  Which was very strange because I wasn’t congested prior to getting there.  About ten minutes later I began to have a headache.  I ate a full breakfast this morning and took my vitamins.  Most headaches I get require me to take some type of medicine like Motrin or Tylenol.  Alas, I didn’t have any with me.  The headache went away about 45 minutes after I left Pulaski.

I saw the rooms where the mold remediation took place.  They were sealed off with plastic zipper doors, like what we saw in E.T. back in 1982.  I asked if the carpeting was the same in the one room to which my guide said yes.  Other areas that were not remediated had a musty, damp kind of smell.  Not the whole building, but areas near the remediated rooms and above them.  Even the front office had a peculiar smell.

I met the principal.  A very nice woman.  I met quite a few teachers, most of them in passing.  All were very polite and doing what they do best, teaching kids.  There were a few times I had to ask my guide to repeat herself.  Unfortunately, under doctor orders, she had to wear an air filter mask because of lingering health issues.

By the way, the Christina Board of Education will meet tonight at the Sarah Pyle Academy in Wilmington.  The meeting opens to the public at 7pm and public comment is always welcome.  I know they will be discussing the mold issues as well as the charter school lawsuit against them and the Delaware Dept. of Education.  Last night, the board held an Executive Meeting to discuss the litigation.  I anticipate a very large crowd in attendance this evening, so you may want to think about arriving early.  Meanwhile, the Delaware Division of Public Health is set to release a report on their walk-through of the school last Friday.

 

Exclusive: Pictures Of Mold At Pulaski AFTER The “Clean-Up”

“If at any point I thought the numbers I was being advised of by the professionals jeopardized the health of our kids or our staff, we would have relocated the kids.” -Dr. Robert Andrzejewski quote from media brief at Pulaski Elementary School, 10/14/16

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I can see your deep and abiding concern for the well-being of students at Pulaski Elementary School in the above picture.  Note to readers: this picture is NOT from one of the three classrooms talked about to the press.  This is a closet inside another classroom.  This wasn’t even talked about in the report.  Even though the report said it was cleaned up.

“Our indication from the reports was this was not a building-wide issue, counter to the rumors that are floating around in the community.” -Dr. Robert Andrzejewski quote from media brief at Pulaski Elementary School, 10/14/16

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Ah yes, the infamous rumor mill.  So easy to pin incompetency on rumors, isn’t it Dr. Andrzejewski.  Especially when staff have been threatened with losing their jobs if they talk about it.

“It’s an isolated incident for the kids here and the staff here, but this is something we all need to be aware of.” -Dr. Robert Andrzejewski quote from media brief at Pulaski Elementary School, 10/14/16

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Yes Bob A.  I can see that “awareness” spreading in other rooms at Pulaski Elementary School.  I see full transparency in these pictures.  You need to stop.  Admit you lied, come clean, and resign.  Along with Ed Mayfield and anyone else who is covering this up.  You can’t keep hiding mold and other concerns behind threats to staff.  You are making it worse.