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#1 posted 1328 days ago

AS a local school board member – I would suggest that you and your parents have a talk with the teacher and principal – be nice and just explain your safety concerns and what needs to be done to bring the machine back into specs. – if the situation continues have the same group meet with the local super. If the super blows you off – ask to be put on the school boards agenda for the NEXT meeting and plead your case to the full school board. SAFETY and liability is a big concern in school – Have the student make a full presentation to the board – HIMSELF – with his parents in attendance.


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