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Guidelines for UMS moving volunteers

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Guam - If you plan on volunteering to help Untalan Middle School move from its normal home in Barrigada to its temporary campus down the road in Tiyan tomorrow, the Department of Education provides the following guidelines:

-all volunteers should be dressed appropriately this includes wearing appropriate shoes.
-if you head to ums the parking lot is reserved only for moving equipment and likewise there is a traffic plan in place for the Tiyan site.
-you're asked to leave your children at home.
-all volunteers will be required to sign a disclaimer form.
-there will be people controlling traffic in front of ums to allow for incoming and outgoing moving vehicles so motorists please yield the right of way to these vehicles. 
- all volunteers should report to each site by seven in the morning for briefing.

 

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