School Meeting in Charlottetown
Today marks three weeks since the school in Charlottetown was shut down after parts of the ceiling collapsed and concerns were raised over mould contamination. On Tuesday, parents ramped up the pressure on the school district — keeping their children home from even the temporary classrooms that were set up in the community. Yesterday, the Western School District responded by chartering a plane and sending senior officials to meet with the school council. That meeting happened last night…and school council member Lisa Dempster joins Colleen Connors to tell us out how it went, as well as Ross Elliot, Director of Education with the Western School District.
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