Primary school closes after third day of plumbing problem

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February 23, 2011

Carmichael Primary School was closed early yesterday when teachers refused to hold classes after the school experienced plumbing problems for the third consecutive day.
The Nassau Guardian was not allowed on the premises to see the conditions, but teachers described them as “disgusting and unsanitary”.
“The [toilets] were not flushed for two days,” Bahamas Union of Teachers (BUT)?president Belinda Wilson said.
She went to the school yesterday to hold a meeting with the teachers about the plumbing problems.
When The Guardian arrived at the Carmichael Road school grounds, classes were not being held and children were playing in the school yard as te ...

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News date : 02/23/2011    Category : Nassau Guardian Stories

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