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GW community "won't stay quiet any longer"

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - George Washington High School PTSA  President John Wusstig tells KUAM the GW community won't stay quiet any longer. Wusstig says he's currently drafting a letter to Attorney General Leonardo Rapadas to be sent by the end of today. Wusstig says it's unfortunate that for years GW has struggled with overcrowding but has seen no resolution. Meanwhile he notes other schools have had their issues addressed, from repairs and renovations to the construction of new schools.

As we've been reporting, GovGuam has until December 31st to pursue its option to purchase Tiyan, which DOE superintendent Jon Fernandez hopes to convert into a central high to alleviate the 2,600 student population at GW.

The lease agreement is currently under review at the Attorney General's Office.

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