BIXBY, OK — Students at the Brassfield fifth and sixth grade center have returned to class like normal after their winter break, according to KJRH-TV.
The Tulsa County Health Department says the school took proactive measures to remove the mold, but there are no clear standards that schools have to take, the article stated.
In December, officials found an elevated spore count inside Bixby''s fifth and sixth grade center, which led to air quality concerns, the article noted.
According to the article, students attended class at other schools while crews removed the mold found in carpeting and wallboards.
A recent air quality report from an outside consultant cleared the school, finding "no visible mold present," the article added.
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