It's been just over a month since Superstorm Sandy unleashed her fury on New Jersey and as the extensive clean up begins, may Garden State residents may not even realize they fall into a high-risk category for dangerous mold exposure.
Another Ocean County School District grapples with mold concerns just weeks before the official start of the fall semester. However, the Berkeley Township School District appears to have dodged the worst.
Manchester sixth- , seventh- and eighth-graders this week get a tour of their temporary confines in the township's high school while an armada of professionals descend on the middle school to rid it of mold.
It’ll take some flexibility from parents, teachers, and students, but administrators from Manchester Middle and High Schools are confident about having grades 6-8 and 9-12 under one roof while remediation is done at the Middle School.
Manchester school officials are still waiting for word from an environmental consulting company on how the discovery of mold in the Middle School will impact the facility's opening this September. The building was evacuated of full time staff after the mold was spotted in several areas of the lower level last week.
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