“They said they’re trying to make improvements on repair and response time but some things are an emergency,” Lyons said.
“Elevators aren’t working, which means you have concerns about moving classrooms to where students and staff with special needs have access,” she added.
“It can affect how maintenance staff and other staff members can react to what’s going on in the building. It affects the whole school from top to bottom when things like the elevator aren’t working.” - WTU President Jacqueline Pogue Lyons
Click here to read the April 6, 2022 article in the Washington Informer