|Open, unlocked pools of standing water on Nix ES parking lot.|
The Roscoe Nix Elementary School parking lot abuts a neighborhood pool that has been abandoned for over a year. The pool property is unlocked and can easily be entered by children. Inside the property are two pools of standing water.
The Parents' Coalition wrote about this dangerous situation on September 9th.
Would Superintendent Joshua Starr send his children to a school where the parking lot was next to unlocked, abandoned pools of standing water? Superintendent Joshua Starr wants to drop the terms red zone and green zone. If that's true, then let's see Superintendent Starr treat Nix Elementary School like it's in the Green Zone! It's time to protect these elementary school children from this dangerous situation.
Note: Access to these pools is only over MCPS parking lots. The pools do not have a separate entrance.
We ask again: Would Board members Patricia O'Neill and Shirley Brandman permit this dangerous condition to exist on the parking lot of any Bethesda elementary school?