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The custodian's secret life

October 13, 2011
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Horace Lewis, head custodian at Staples High School.

WESTPORT, CT — There are those that wake up at a time when most people still have hours to sleep before their alarms go off, according to the Inklings.

This early rising is something done daily by the workers of the early shift of the Staples High School custodial staff, the article stated.

According to the article, the early shift requires custodians to be at the high school by 5 a.m., Monday through Friday, to ready the building for the students, faculty and staff.

"They think most of the time we just clean, but we do small repairs of the building, also we are like the security guards of the school, we lookout for anything that’s going to harm the students," said Horace Lewis, head custodian at Staples.

Around 5 a.m., Lewis arrives at the school; as head custodian, he organizes the eighteen-man staff to keep Staples a clean and safe place to be in, the article noted.

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