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Mold, mold, grow away: CHS responds to humid climate

Math teacher Paula Gilligan teaches in the cafeteria, which became a makeshift classroom during the relocation.

Alexis Colucci and Sarah McNey

January 20, 2019

Typically, students gather in the CHS cafeteria to socialize. But at the end of September, students gathered to learn algebra. Following the discovery of mold growth in four classrooms, principal James Gleason relocated affected classes to other rooms, including the cafeteria on Sept. 24 and 25. The...

Mold found in back hallway, classes relocate

Classes in the back hall were relocated in various parts of the school, including the cafeteria.

Katherine Lombardi

September 30, 2018

Students and teachers experienced a temporary relocation due to mold growth in rooms 141, 142, 143 and 144 on Sept. 24 and 25. Over the weekend, the district cleaned the affected classrooms in accordance with Environmental Protection Agency mold remediation guidelines after students discovered an...

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