Guam - Education Suruhanu Dominic Terlaje along with Public Health visited Agana Heights Elementary School today. Terlaje says while the school faired well in terms of cleanliness, one of the bigger concerns is the lack of properly serviced fire extinguishers. He says he continues to see the same issue at other public schools on island and nothing has been done to fix it.
"They need to get these fire extinguishers serviced. They're required to be serviced annually and I hope this school gets around to being serviced as soon as they can. Other schools have their fire extinguishers serviced. I don't know what the hold up is. I'm hoping they'll get that done soon," he said.