Please enter your comment! If the elementary school shares the same water as the middle school then why is only the middle school receiving water bottles the next two days? I for one will not want my daughter drinking contaminated water. ALL children should be taken care of as precaution. It is 8:30pm and still no call assuring normal business will resumes tomorrow. Anyone keeping their child home tomorrow need to be given an excused absence. Reply UF/IFAS in Apopka will temporarily house District staff; saves almost $400,000 Gov. DeSantis says new moment-of-silence law in public schools protects religious freedom August 22, 2016 at 8:28 pm 2 COMMENTS Mama Mia TAGSWolf Lake ElementaryWolf Lake Middle School Previous articleNew Horizons project update presented todayNext articleOn This Day: Dolley Madison saves portrait from British Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Reply Jason August 22, 2016 at 5:03 pm LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply A broken water line discovered this morning caused both Wolf Lake Elementary and Middle Schools to be without air conditioning and water today, according to Caroll Grimando, principal at both schools.“Water had to be shut down, but we waited until bottled water arrived on campus,” she said. “We had to bring in portolets and because water is needed to run the air conditioners, we have been without air.”The AC issue also affected the elementary school, because both schools are on the same chillers. Many of the students were relocated from the elementary school to portable classrooms that had air conditioning.The elementary school continued to have running water throughout the day. Automated messages were sent to parents from both schools to alert them to the situation and many parents chose to pick their students up and take them home early, according to Grimando.“Facilities workers and outside contractors have been here all day working to resolve the issue,” she added. “We are expecting full resolution by this evening. We are expecting to have AC at both schools and running water restored to the middle school by this evening. We will continue to use bottled water for drinking at the middle school until the water completes safety testing, which is expected Wednesday night. The school district will be delivering bottled water to WLMS for the next two days.”Grimando says the school will send at least one additional automated message this evening to ensure that information is communicated to parents and they can be assured that the schools will be returning to business as usual tomorrow. Florida gas prices jump 12 cents; most expensive since 2014 Please enter your name here Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Well at least the outside looks nice with the palms and the color of the building. Things happen, and break down, but I know it is miserable. You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
Thank you Mr President.The Security Council has long recognised that the situation in Yemen threatens international peace and security. It has caused the world’s largest humanitarian crisis, which gets worse by the day. The conflict creates ungoverned spaces in which terrorists can operate, poses security threats to countries in the region and international shipping, and fuels regional tensions. While international attention is rightly focussed on the horror that continues to unfold in Syria, this Council must not ignore the appalling situation in Yemen.We have a duty to respond using all the tools at our disposal. We must show unity of effort and purpose to put an end to this terrible and destabilising conflict. That is why we have tabled this resolution before us today.Mr President,The UN sanctions regime is a critical tool that we must use to pressurise the individuals and organisations bent on undermining peace and security in Yemen.We welcome the work of the Panel of Experts, who have played a key role in supporting the Sanctions Committee to carry out its mandate, including through the provision of recommendations regarding the implementation of measures decided upon in Security Council Resolutions 2140 and 2216. It is vital that this work, the work of the Panel of Experts, continues.Furthermore, we in this Council must not ignore the growing ballistic missile threat emanating from Yemen, which gravely threatens international peace and security. Attacks such as those launched on 22 July, 4 November and 19 December against civilian targets in Saudi Arabia are unacceptable. They undermine the prospects for peace, prolong the conflict, and put civilian lives at risk. This Council must speak out with a united voice against such attacks. We can do this by voting in favour of the resolution before us today, which strongly condemns these attacks.The United Kingdom is deeply concerned that Iran has failed to take the necessary measures to prevent the direct or indirect supply, sale or transfer of short-range ballistic missiles, missile propellant and unmanned aerial vehicles to the then Houthi-Saleh alliance, as reported by the Panel of Experts. We agree with the Panel’s assessment that in light of this, Iran is in non-compliance with paragraph 14 of Resolution 2216.Iran – and other states who violate the Security Council Resolutions – must be held accountable for this. This Council needs to stand firm in the face of state non-compliance and send a clear message that it will not be tolerated. This is what the UN Charter demands from us: to respect the obligations arising from treaties and other sources of international law.Mr President,We are also deeply concerned by the growing humanitarian crisis in Yemen. A record 22.2 million people are now in need of assistance – 3.4 million more than last year. Last year’s UN humanitarian appeal was only 70 per cent funded, and this year’s appeal stands at $2.96 billion. We encourage all member states to respond fully to this appeal. Restrictions on vital humanitarian access continue to be imposed by all parties to the conflict. The impact of access restrictions on the people of Yemen are made clear by the UN Panel of Experts and therefore this resolution before you calls for full and unfettered access for humanitarian and commercial cargo through all of Yemen’s ports, including Hodeidah and Saleef, and for supplies to be increased beyond pre-November levels.This year is an important year. With a new UN Special Envoy in place, it is vital that the international community redoubles its efforts to achieve a political solution to the conflict. We call upon all parties to the conflict to resolve their differences through dialogue and consultation and refrain from provocation. Until an enduring political settlement is reached, we must maintain the sanctions regime to deter those who would otherwise use violence to achieve their political aims.The United Kingdom has worked hard with all Council members in order to reach consensus on a resolution which responds to our concern at all the ongoing political, security, economic and humanitarian challenges in Yemen, and the threats arising from the illicit transfer and misuse of weapons. Today we have spent over five hours in detailed talks with delegations, and have proposed a number of compromises. I am personally grateful for all of your patience today. We have sought to agree a text which provides a balanced and impartial assessment of the situation in Yemen but which does not shy away from calling out those whose actions undermine international peace and security. Today we need to show that we in this Council are unified against the threats to Yemen’s future. We must also send a clear message that we support the independence and integrity of the UN Panel of Experts. We in this Council rely on these independent expert international panels. We may not always like all of their reports. We may find their conclusions politically inconvenient. But if we want the United Nations to function, we need to support them in their work.Those who do not vote in favour of this resolution today are preventing us from sending a clear message to those that seek to undermine the peace and security in Yemen and the region beyond. They are also failing in their duty to do all they can to uphold the international rules-based system and hold those states that violate resolutions agreed by this Council to account.With this in mind, I strongly urge now you now to vote in favour of the resolution before you.Thank you Mr President.