MEMBER for Barwon Roy Butler has growing concerns about the situation at Wee Waa High School, and will consider applying pressure on the Department of Education (DoE) to release what they know to the public.
This latest turn comes as a result of students being told to work from home if possible, after they again began to suffer mystery illnesses while learning in demountables that had been taken from the contaminated site.
Staff are frustrated and the NSW Teachers Federation is demanding answers from the DoE.
"There has been some concern regarding the department's failure to explain some decisions that they've made," said deputy president Henry Rajendra.
"My understanding is there was movement of equipment from the contaminated site across to the temporary combined site, there was concerns about the ad-hoc nature of the cleaning program."
The buildings are undergoing a full environmental clean, which some are taking as confirmation the authorities are still not sure what the problem actually is, despite it being reported that mould was to blame.
The latest plot twist has proved to be the final straw for some parents, who are now pulling their students out of not only the high school, but also the Wee Waa Public School where secondary students have been based since November.
The Department was contacted for comment.
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