WACO will rid building of mold during Thanksgiving vacation
WAYLAND — WACO School Superintendent Darrell Smith said the district has completed an indoor air quality assessment for the elementary attendance center in Crawfordsville.
Earlier this school year, airborne mold was discovered at the school.
With the assistance of LJ Roth Reconstruction, an independent expert was brought in to conduct a scientific assessment.
“Some areas of concern have been identified,” Smith said, “and a protocol developed to address these areas. The areas of concern are carpeting and HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) maintenance.
Smith said the areas will be corrected over Thanksgiving break by a trained and qualified company with expertise in correcting the identified concerns. A follow-up evaluation will be conducted to assure completion of the project.