The second day of the school year has passed and staff and students of the Cayon High School are still uncertain when they will return to the classroom.
Public schools opened on September 2.
After Ministry of Education officials met with teachers and parents of students, a decision was taken to suspend the start of the Cayon High School, until test results, in relation to moldy conditions, came back.
The assurance was given that the results will be made available in quick speed but no specific time frame has been given.
Teachers say they are hoping for a speedy return to the class room, once conditions are favourable.
Last week, teachers decided to stay away from the classrooms in their attempt to effect positive change at the institution. For months now there has been an issue with mold. Teachers and students have been affected by the contaminated environment.
The Cayon High School is just one of a number of government buildings and offices have been severely impact by mold, causing major disruptions in operations and regular office moves.