The Superintendent of Guam's public schools is hard-pressed to identify the system's priorities, simply because there are so many. But among the first that came to mind is the need to improve facilities. Fernandez says a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers assessment identified about $90 million in deferred maintenance needs in about 41 schools. "We are in the middle of the procurement process, and once we get that procurement done the first priority is to get Simon Sanchez (high school) renovated. That's definitely a facility that's in dire need of improvement."