Prospect Primary Reopens Despite Untrimmed Field and Ant Infestation

 Prospect Primary Reopens Despite Untrimmed Field and Ant Infestation

An anonymous source associated with Prospect Primary school in Devonshire was notified only yesterday that the school is back in session. In their opinion, the school’s facilities are nowhere close to being ready for reopening, with extremely long grass on the playing field and a few classrooms infested with ants.

They believe that students are being forced to go back as the school is not quite ready for students. “ I’m very much aware it’s been a long summer and due to the latest wave of Coronavirus here in Bermuda this facility needs a good cleaning.”

“ They could have given us 48 hours notice beforehand to get things ready, but to just say that children are back in school is ridiculous,” they said.

“Children are running around in knee-high grass, one child as seen in the photo was playing hide and seek, and the ant problem is so bad that one teacher had to move her classroom. They knew all along that the classroom had ants in it.”

According to the source, both custodians called in sick today due to everything that has been going on at the facilities.

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