Mold shuts down school in Manchester Township, N.J.

Aug. 21, 2012
1,150 middle school students will begin classes at nearby high school

From The Asbury Park Press: Unhealthful levels of mold discovered during a summer cleaning of Manchester Township (N.J.) Middle School have forced district officials to close the building indefinitely. Middle school students and staff will begin the 2012-13 school year at the high school, which houses 1,158 students, on a split-session schedule.

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