It is public knowledge by now that the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College campus buildings are in dire need of repair.
Mold and termite infestations have resulted in the displacement of a number of departments.
As the new school year opens, the institution’s management has confirmed that certain departments will be housed at the george charles secondary school gcss until repairs are complete.
The GCSS will in turn be housed at the Jon Odlum Secondary School in Marigot.
But how grave is the situation at the salcc?
The Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) recently conducted an indoor air quality assessment and HTS News 4orce’s Miguel Fevrier was able to get his hands on a leaked copy and filed this report.