Tuesday, April 12, 2011


YNN reports: Greece Apollo Middle School will be closed to students Wednesday, after a piece of plaster fell from the ceiling on Tuesday. Staff is still expected to report.

The piece of plaster that fell landed in a stairwell on the third floor of the school. Students were sent home early, so the plaster could be tested to see if it contained asbestos.

The Greece Central School District is working with the New York State Education Department and the Department of Labor to make sure the appropriate actions are taken to ensure the safety of the students and staff.


Anonymous said...

And all you tax paying citizens complain about the usage of sick time for the teachers!! These are called Mental Health Days. How on God's green earth can anyone expect these teachers to report. I know Deb Hoeft must be giving the special ed teachers a seminar on how to fill out the Medicaid reimbursement forms correctly.

How many administrators will be at work tomorrow? Did they rent more office space from Kodak? I hope that the company that removed the asbestos from Apollo wasn't the same company who did all construction on APAC!! I hope the CEO of this company doesn't have the hyphenated name of Boily-O'Berg!!

"Here on Gilligans Isle"

Anonymous said...

Apollo - Unsafe for the board meeting. Unsafe for the kids to be at school. Teachers? They are expected to report to school (that's right the Apollo building deemed not safe enough for our board or kids) on time and ready to sit through heaven only knows what.

Anyone care to place a bet on the district level staff (3rd floor of the Apollo building) not reporting?