by Krystal Paco
Guam - Students and staff at Simon Sanchez High School may have enjoyed an extended Thanksgiving break, but that could come to an end as DOE anticipates re-opening doors on Monday.
DOE deputy superintendent Rob Malay says work has been ongoing to address issues cited by regulatory agencies during an assessment conducted earlier this month.
"They're getting rid of a lot of the debris that was found in storage places in rooms that people didn't even know existed and they're getting rid of all that debris doing a really thorough job with cleaning the main building the main building is looking very shiny and bright its looking good there's been noticeable improvement but whether or not it will be ready for Monday we'll have to see where we get by the end of today and into tomorrow," he said.
SSHS was closed for the week to allow for doe to make repairs.
Malay says should classes resume on Monday, regulatory agencies will conduct an official inspection of the Yigo campus.