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Sound Off: 'Working over summer'

Working over summer

Why does Geneva School District 304 value the lives of teachers and office personnel more than the custodians? It seems that they do. The custodians had to work this summer in very, very hot circumstances ... . [During summer, custodians often] finish floors, scrub carpets, clean toilets, clean out lockers – all of the things I don’t think that teachers or the office people would really like to do, and – if they would – they should have come in and helped ’em. But I don’t think that they would like to do that in over 90 heat. I think not.

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