Dallas School Ceiling Collapse Uncovers Catastrophe: ‘Yes, it’s rats. It’s rats everywhere.’

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Dallas ISD runs on a yearly budget of $1.5 million dollars yet somehow in the heavily Democrat controlled school district little seems to be reaching the classrooms, schools or students!

One Dallas school has both parents and students outraged and scared as they watch teachers don hazmat masks after a ceiling collapsed, while the students were required to enter the school without any such the protection.

To make matters worse, the collapse seems to have uncovered even more serious issues like mold and pests.

“Yes, it’s rats. It’s rats everywhere,” student Semaj Tutton said to WFAA.

Dallas School Ceiling Collapse Uncovers Catastrophe: “Yes, it’s rats. It’s rats everywhere,”

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To make matters worse, Dallas ISD made a concerted effort to keep parents in the dark about the collapse as long as they could.

Parents are voicing concern after only letters came out five days after the incident happened.

“What bothers me is that the teachers have on hazmat masks, but the students do not,” Doneesha Roberts said. “They are protecting themselves, but they are not protecting these students.”

According to Dallas ISD, the damage was caused by a fastening that secures the A/C duct work.

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WFAA Reports:

A recent ceiling collapse at Thomas Edison Middle Learning Center has students and staff concerned about the building’s safety in the final few months before the school is shut down.

Maintenance workers could be seen moving heavy equipment into the school building on Wednesday. It was one day after the principal issued a letter to parents detailing the issues around a ceiling collapse.

“They got it all blocked off, so we can’t get the visual of it,” explained Lashandra Logan as she arrived on campus to pick up her son.

Parents are voicing concern after only letters came out five days after the incident happened.

According to Dallas ISD, the damage was caused by a fastening that secures the A/C duct work.

“What bothers me is that the teachers have on hazmat masks, but the students do not,” Doneesha Roberts said. “They are protecting themselves, but they are not protecting these students.”

Some of the students were being relocated to other parts of the building while sections of the second and first floors are blocked off for repairs. Parents say the damage is also uncovering other issues like mold and pests.

“Yes, it’s rats. It’s rats everywhere,” student Semaj Tutton said.

Dallas ISD trustee Lew Blackburn touted Edison’s campus Wednesday to get an update on the work.

Blackburn said the district didn’t have an explanation for what led up to the collapse, other than “maybe poor workmanship.”

“So, while we are trying to get it repaired, we are also trying to figure out who is at fault as far as not putting the duct work in, in a secure way,” he said.

Blackburn says workers are inspecting nearby areas and doing air quality tests. He says he wants students and staff to feel safe in the school.

“I’m asking staff to bring on extra people to get it all completed next week,” Blackburn explained. “Not the week after. Not two weeks after. But get it by next week.”

The trustee hopes workers can complete the repairs while students are out of school on spring break.

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Thomas Edison is one of three schools that already failed to meet the Texas academic standards for five years in a row.

The schools have been scheduled for shutdown. In Texas, by state law, failure of a district can result in a state take over.

The TEA would be forced to close down the campus of any school that receives five straight ‘Improvement Required’ ratings, or to step in and take over running the district. That would mean replacing the entire Board of Trustees and the Superintendent.

Did I mention the Dallas ISD has a $1.5 billion budget?

Dallas ISD recently tried to push a Department of Motor Vehicles fee secretly past the voters to raise money for crossing guards. They have plenty of money, but it is always a Democratic tactic to get more by tugging on heartstrings and playing the safety card.

DISD has been called the educational equivalent of a TIRE FIRE. Eight of its thirteen campuses have been labeled “improvement required” for multiple years. The DISD is in chaos.

Did I mention that Democrats have been in control of Dallas ISD for decades?

“Yes, it’s rats. It’s rats everywhere,”… AND not just necessarily the little rodents with tails.

Insanity!

 

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