The new addition to Lake Shore Central High School is indeed wrought with problems. While the lack of phones, questionable construction and small and ill-placed lavatory facilities in the new wing and other problems can be remedied, I am a bit concerned as to whether the attitude of School Board President William Connors can be remedied.
His statement that "it reminds me of someone on a multimillion-dollar cruise liner complaining about the service" is representative of the administrative problems within the Lake Shore District. To compare an educational facility to a luxury cruise ship is a bit misplaced.
Further, if the "service" is not up to par, then it stands to reason the whole "trip" will suffer. Connors and the other administrators would do well to learn the lesson that cost does not equate to excellence, safety or the welfare of our youth.
MARSHIA G. MEYERS