GREENCASTLE, Ind. -- A Putnam County, Indiana school has been closed since late August, and it's currently unclear when it will re-open.
Tzouanakis Intermediate School closed Aug. 28 for air quality concerns. Soon after, high mold levels were found in three rooms.
At a board meeting Monday night, the members said they do not know when the school will be able to re-open. The students have been going to class at other schools.
The board hopes the school can re-open after Fall Break, which is the third week of October.
"What are you going to do about preventing it for next time?" one person asked at the meeting. "You have a plan on how to stop this and to eradicate in one building. My concern is you have 7 other buildings."
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