Further delays have ELC teachers "a little frustrated"

The issue is with the emergency lighting, although School District 60 Secretary-Treasurer Doug Boyd points out there is enough light in the daytime.

Superintendent Larry Espe maintains that everyone has been flexible so far, but that teachers are "a little frustrated". He says they will know more by the end of the week, and plan to have students in their classrooms by the end of the month.

Grade 10 students are currently attending class in spare meeting rooms of the Pomeroy Sport Centre. Just under 160 students are registered, with no one being turned away or forced to attend, according to Espe.


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