Hampton Roads Cities Don’t Have Enough Money to Maintain Schools. Could the State Help?
When it rains, water pours through the windows of classrooms at Maury High.
Lenee Wade, an AP English teacher whose classroom is on the second floor, is used to it. She and many other teachers put up decorations to cover the water stains. This classroom, the second she’s taught in at Maury, actually is an improvement over the first, she said.
“There’s a lot of learning that takes place here, even with all this,” Wade said.