Roanoke County superintendent promises clean Cave Spring High School by first day of classes
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Roanoke County superintendent promises clean Cave Spring High School by first day of classes


there were 11 concerns over conditions at a local high school continued after the plan to start gutting it had to be scrapped renovations were slated for Roanoke County’s Cave Spring High School but only one mid was submitted and that bid was way over budget now this fall students will return to the same building which was about to be worked on we want to show you some of the pictures that many of you saw like this one of mold and broken equipment school leaders say it got like this because of the planned construction they’re cleaning and repairing the problems and say it will be ready for classes the bottom line is that we do we’re committed to making sure that the environment is is safe it’s you know good quality for the students to learn in and that’s you know to our benefit if students aren’t in a good environment they’re not going to learn as well so we want them to have those things school leaders say they’re checking major functions like plumbing and air at other schools to make sure they’re not missing any problems

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