A little birdy just told me they asked Iberville about their shadow schools issue, and they were old MSA East is the same school as Iberville East (Elementary and High.) I guess I’ve just never been to a school more than 4 miles long. I suppose there could be more underground than is obvious to satellite photos. If Iberville has a vast underground school complex, I may owe them an apology.
1825 Hwy 30 ● St. Gabriel, LA 70776 (MSA East)
3285 Hwy 75, St Gabriel, LA (Iberville East) (Google maps points to a chemical plant, but i found the real place by pretending I was a plane doing a flyover.)
I suppose its possible they closed that other site, or they have the wrong address, and have had that wrong address for a few years. It’s not like they update their website every day?
Hm. Well, not only do they got chocolate orders due on October 8th they have today’s date, 9/27/2012, on top of this school’s home page. Well, surely they don’t anything else that would indicate these are two different sites? Hmm, why would they have a school improvement plan for a brand new site? I wonder what that could be?
I’ve found a number of new Shadow Schools, and some others I suspect, since last I posted. I think I will post a school a day until someone decides to do something. That could take a while, if not forever, but I have a feeling there could be hundreds so I should have plenty of material for a while. (And I won’t be so picky with my defintion, but these first ones are pretty pathetically obvious.)
This isn’t even my job, folks. I don’t get paid for this and I have no training for investigative journalism, (which is probably why I posted a chemical plant first 🙂 ) nor am I paid or appointed to look after the children of this state. I’d really like some help here, but I understand if no one want’s to give me a hand. Maybe you believe inequality is a good thing and we need to return to segregation.
I suppose as long as people lie to you, and you don’t look too closely, you can pretend it’s not happening and then it can be someone else’s problem.