DeLand High School in Florida failed a recent health inspection with 51 cited violations. Reported by WFTV Eyewitness News, health inspector’s photos show evidence of trash stuffed in the school’s fresh air intake, roach pesticide left out in classrooms and filthy floors and walls. Other documented problems in the inspection report indicate that feral cats living under a portable building were found, as well as roach waste, parts, and smears in cabinets and a dishwasher. DeLand High School junior Adam Comeens said, "I've seen roaches in all, almost every single building I have classes in." While the school cafeteria passed inspection separately, the unsanitary conditions in the remainder of the school prompted the Volusia County Health Department inspector to recommend a rare re-inspection on May 3.
Tuesday, April 09, 2013
The Custodian Who Takes Care of My Classroom Is Awesome
This is just gross: