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Major improvements noted in public schools

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - Education Suruhanu Dominic Terlaje continues to make his rounds with inspectors from Public Health. Today they paid a visit to F.B. Leon Guerrero Middle School in Yigo.  Terlaje says although there are still minor plumbing problems, he is seeing much improvement, not just at FB, but at other schools as well.

"The school here looks pretty good so far and based on the last two or three schools we've been to, they've all received good grades and improvements," said Terlaje.  "I just hope that it continues throughout the school year and I'm hoping that this type of work keeps continues not just when we're here but when we're not here."

Terlaje notes there are still problems with ensuring the fire extinguishers at the Yigo campus are properly serviced.

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