Travis teachers suit on chemicals set for conference

By From page A4 | April 02, 2014

FAIRFIELD — The suit filed by three teachers in the Travis School District who say installation of a PAR exercise course at Golden West Middle School exposed them to hazardous chemicals is scheduled for an April 25 case management conference.

Nancy Morin, Shelly Silva and James Lombard named Miracle Playsystems in their 2012 filing in Solano County Superior Court. The suit followed work at the school on DeRonde Drive.

A representative of Miracle Playsystems said Tuesday he was not aware of the suit, that the company didn’t install the PAR course and to call the Travis School district for comment.

Christopher Hulett, director of human resources for the Travis district, said the suit does not name the school district and that the district has no comment on the matter. Hulett said he is not aware of any student complaints about the PAR course equipment.

The teachers’ attorney could not be reached for comment.

Reach Ryan McCarthy at 427-6935 or [email protected]

Ryan McCarthy


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  • MikeApril 02, 2014 - 5:03 am

    What's a PAR exercise course? Why would hazardous chemicals be involved? Who did install the course? Did these teachers experience illness? Is this course safe for user's? This story leaves me wondering?

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