GADSDEN, AL — Dozier Elementary School has been forced to come up with another $500,000 to eliminate the mold problem in the school, according to The Gadsden Times.
The two-phase project to fix the 40-year-old school''s mold problem is slated to cost about $2.3 million, which is just adding to the already sizable deficit that the school district is currently in, the article stated.
According to the article, Superintendent Barbara Thompson made a promise to parents to make the place healthier for their children, and she fully intends to keep said promise.
The project includes the classrooms being remodeled and new heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) units being installed within the school, according to the article.
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