Amelia’s Ward PrimaryChairman of Region 10 (Upper Demerara- Berbice), Renis Morian, has instructed the Works Department of the Regional Democratic Council (RDC) to fix what he describes as jeopardising issues at the Amelia’s Ward Primary School in Linden.Following a recent visit he made to the school, accompanied by a Regional Councillor, Morian pointed out that the issues unearthed are in need of urgent attention.Region 10 Chairman Renis MorianMorian said there were makeshift classrooms made out of faulty materials, which was done in an attempt to provide relief to overcrowding at the school.Presently, the school’s auditorium is being used to facilitate extra classrooms. Morian said while there are plans to construct two new schools at the site, the issues need to be fixed as soon as possible.“We have some jeopardy in that school that will be more costly than the repairs…downstairs is supposed to be the auditorium, but (it) is (being) used (for) classrooms. And because it’s a long building stripped into classrooms, there are adjoining fabrications, like walls, to facilitate the new classrooms,” he explained, as he noted his fear of those materials collapsing one day.Addressing the Clerk of Council, Department of Education, and the Department of Public Works, the Regional Chairman called for serious consideration to be placed on the issue, as he pointed out that he hadn’t seen any tenders out at the time. He said the issue should be given priority.“The teachers are very fearful. One teacher spoke to me with literal tears… (she said there has been) constant talking, constant writing (about the issues) and nothing ain’t happening. The impression is like, as a Council and an administration, we just don’t care…we’re sitting on a time bomb that is not only going to embarrass us, but is going to cost millions of dollars (to get fixed), because people’s children will get hurt. Fix it, that is my instruction…this school needs the attention of the Works Department,” Morian stressed.Similarly, multiple issues have been highlighted at the Coomacka Primary School by the Regional Chairman, including electricity and water woes.