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Wtf kindergartners??? TENT SCHOOL DEEMED UNSAFE Grand Junction, CO

 
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01/20/2018 09:12 PM
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Wtf kindergartners??? TENT SCHOOL DEEMED UNSAFE Grand Junction, CO
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This school was taking "extended field trips" to a tent.

Wtf?


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A kindergarten class' "extended field trip" was shut down by state and local officials this week over health and safety concerns, after they discovered students were attending school outside or in a tent.

Since Jan. 8, 5- and 6-year-old students from Juniper Ridge Community School have spent every day at an undeveloped 28-acre plot of land the school recently purchased to construct a new facility.
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They had class there day after day. Look at the fucking pictures! Portapotty next to a WOODCHIPPER.
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Re: Wtf kindergartners??? TENT SCHOOL DEEMED UNSAFE Grand Junction, CO
Criminal.
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People are such babies now. The children got to play outside all day. Something they need to do.
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Re: Wtf kindergartners??? TENT SCHOOL DEEMED UNSAFE Grand Junction, CO
"I was honestly just concerned about the safety of the kids," Taylor said. "I love the idea of outdoor education, but we still have a responsibility to ensure that wherever, whether it's in a classroom in a building or out in the open, that it's safe."

Taylor and Petie Pope, the school district's environmental health and safety manager, returned to the location Wednesday morning.

"I'm the one who came in and said, this is an immediate cease and desist," Pope said. "My decision was based solely on health and safety and the immediate fire hazard that this tent could burn down while kids were in it or in a close location."





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