As infrastructure within Sandy Bay itself, we do have a K-to-12 school. With the growing population, it's beginning to be a hindrance on how much room we have for the children.
On the issue of capacity development, it does impede what staff supports we have in place. A prime example of that would be our grade 2 classes. The student-to-teacher ratio is anywhere from 28 students to one teacher, which is double the norm of what any other educational facility has at a provincial or a federal level.
The ability to ensure that the child receives the best education—especially with the growing demand of many children with disabilities and need for specialized professionals to assist in identifying the child's opportunity to learn—I can best describe as being very low.
Once again, as my colleague Virginia had indicated in relation to MFNERC, they receive money for us for specialized professionals to come into Sandy Bay—and they do receive a huge chunk of change on Sandy Bay's behalf—but having them come in once or twice a month does not fit what we need within Sandy Bay. This is why we spoke to the issue of secondary services.
I hope that answers your question.