As I reported in an earlier post, experts state that COVID-19 can survive on the soles of shoes for five days. Experts express particular concern for children, who are by nature inclined to handle shoes, and to play while on the floor.
With this in mind, and in light of the numerous food-insecure and homeless people who access the main entrance to the building — the same one used by the school — parents must ask if Grace provides an appropriately clean environment.
Additionally, the increased presence of tuberculosis and other readily transmissible airborne diseases by cohorts of limited economic means places Grace Episcopal School children at risk.
Moreover, I have issues with Patti Culbreth’s personal and professional integrity. Specifically, her blind willingness to jump on board the Bob Malm/Sugarland Chiow perjury bandwagon absent any firsthand contact with me, as evinced by internal church memorandum obtained during discovery, suggests Patti is not one to make independent moral decisions. In a world disrupted by vicious tribalism and a blind willingness to follow so-called leaders, the last thing students need is a head of school who lacks critical thinking skills.
Simply put, Grace Episcopal School is not a good environment for students in various ways.