Community Officials Concerned With School Cleanliness
During a recent administration meeting, members of the Maury County Commission expressed concerns about the condition and cleanliness of the county’s public schools. The school superintendent of facilities was brought in to outline the school system’s $18-million bond spent on improvements to the current district’s facilities and new building projects in 2016.
According to the Columbia Daily Harald, mold, cracks and water damage is visible in some of the Tennessee schools, making them unfit for students.
These findings follow concerns shared by members of the school board as it recently voted to approve a revised $2 million contract with custodial contractor GCA Service Group. Board members expressed disappointment in paying more despite denouncing the quality of service provided.
After considering the spend and the lack of cleanliness, officials are now exploring the possibility of bringing a cleaning crew in-house.
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