Congratulations is in order for these three students for demonstrating the skills necessary, amidst tough competition, to earn gold, silver and bronze at the recent Skills USA Competition. Congratulations is also in order for their LRTC instructors!
Thank goodness no one got killed by this man. Please, no more publicity for him; just give him a speedy trial, and put him away for the sake of public safety.
Mr. Goulet's quote, regarding the number of days people work, puzzles me. Most teachers work between 181 and 185 days per year. This does not account for the many days they work beyond their contract. Many workers get at least one, if not two, days off each week. If you crunch those numbers, "most people" would work anywhere between 261 days, for a 5 day work week, to 313 days, for a 6 day work week. A number of people work 4 day weeks, which would account for 208 work days per year. The numbers reported in the article seemed "fuzzy" to me. Good luck with the school budget in SAD 52.