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Sodexo begins CIP assessments

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - At Oceanview Middle School's Agat campus today was the Department of Education's inspection contractor, Sodexo, who recently completed its assessment at Southern High School. Principal Lynda Hernandez Avilla says she is excited that the team is touring her campus, because she says her school has had major problems for the past five years.

"The leaks, the structural damages that we have, the two buildings that we have on the back side here is the 'C' and 'D' wings and they're made of wooden and tin roof and it always has leaks year round," she explained.

Sodexo was hired to make assessments to prepare the island's public schools for capital improvement projects.

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