GREENCASTLE, Ind. -- Seven classrooms in a Greencastle, Indiana school were found to have mold in a recent test.
In an update to parents, the superintendent of Tzouanakis Intermediate told parents more testing is underway.
A cleaning company that specializes in mold was working on cleaning classrooms over the weekend.
Third-, fourth- and fifth-grade students at Tzouanakis have been sent to other buildings in Greencastle.
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