Mold plagued school finally reopening
WILLINGBORO, NJ — After being closed for two months to combat a mold problem, Willingboro High School is finally set to reopen, according to the Courier-Post.
Superintendent Ronald Taylor has said that a contractor has provided a "thorough remediation and restoration" of the school, the article stated.
According to the article, after several areas in the school were found to be infested with mold, the school was closed on September 12.
Clean up was expected to take a week, however, when classes resumed, the 1,000 high school students were forced to attend classes at the Levitt School, the article noted.
Regular school hours will begin on Monday, the article added.
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