Principals and parents complained of cramped, poorly ventilated conditions at northeastern Queens schools last week during Community District Education Council 26’s monthly meeting.
The meeting’s attendees told the council and city School Construction Authority representatives that children in the district suffer in overheated classrooms that are operating over capacity. Council members said that at least 20 regional schools needed to have their electrical systems upgraded.
Parents air school complaints
That's really too bad and an expensive, hard problem to have to tackle. So let's build the City's next great neighborhood at Willets Point instead...