Students at Blue Hills Regional Technical High School are facing potential safety concerns as they head back to school this fall.

That’s because Maine-based contractor New England Tech Air and its unlicensed workers have caused missed deadlines and over $7 million in cost overruns. Unlicensed workers haven’t had adequate safety and trade training, which puts their lives, and the lives of everyone in the building, at risk.

Can you call the School Committee at (781) 828-5800 and tell them our kids deserve better?

We turned out at Blue Hills’ Parents Night, calling on administrators to stop putting students and staff at risk – and to stop pushing the costs of their mistakes to taxpayers.

Check out this article from the Patriot-Ledger and our highlights video on our advocacy that night, and why Blue Hills needs to cut off ties with New England Tech Air right now. 

We know safety is our top priority on the job site. And that begins with providing students a good model.

Help us set a good example by calling the Blue Hills School Committee at (781) 828-5800.

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