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Proviso Probe

Saturday, February 11, 2006

ED, mold poses health risk at McKinley [D88]

West Proviso Herald (John Huston):
Mold infestation at a Bellwood elementary school may some day force the school to be demolished, but it is already affecting the health of students and teachers.

The problem was found by a group of University of Illinois at Chicago nursing students who were using McKinley School, 3317 Butterfield Road, as a field project.

What was James K. Graham, Sr. saying about District 88 neglecting asbestos removal?

I wonder if the situation at McKinley would be better with professionals selected for competence instead of an organization mostly comprised of political cronies?


  • this is a problem that is now out of hand and our children our future but with this mold is there a future ahead

    By Blogger ms.steward, at 11:46 AM, February 12, 2006  

  • when we as parents stand up as one and stop letting our children being put of as there living in a third world country

    By Blogger ms.steward, at 11:49 AM, February 12, 2006  

  • The question is: what can be done NOW to make a difference for the children who hold our future ( even if the children don't know it)- what needs to happen before an independent air quality evaluator can come in and make recommendations?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:52 PM, February 14, 2006  

  • the children should be moved from that school NOW! no question about it. The puppet (Interim Superintendent Starsiak) want to pour $325,000 + into repairing the roof, with the children still in the school. Is that the dumbest thing you ever heard of? (Almost like starting a new pilot program in the last 1/3 of the school year? Who ever heard of such a thing?) What about the rest of the school? Who's in charge anyway?

    By Anonymous My opinion, at 11:36 PM, February 15, 2006  

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