ANDERSON, Ind. -- Some elementary school students in Anderson won’t be going back to school until at least next week after mold was found in the school after a leak.
The superintendent explained in his letter to parents that a mechanical issue with the roof and drains caused leaking and damage at Edgewood Elementary School.
During inspections, crews found mold spores inside the ceiling.
The school was closed Wednesday, Thursday and will remain closed Friday for further inspection, cleaning and air quality re-testing.
The Superintendent says no one was exposed to anything harmful and they expect repairs on the roof and drains to begin as early as next week.
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