Mold strikes New Orleans school

Aug. 29, 2007
Some students moved to nearby church after mold makes some classrooms unusable.

A mold infestation at Alice Harte Elementary School in the Algiers neighborhood of New Orleans has set off a round of classroom reshuffling. School officials have condemned two classrooms and relocated seventh- and eighth-graders to a church across the street. Results of an indoor air quality survey revealed higher-than-normal mold spore counts in two of the eight classrooms where mold had been spotted by teachers around the beginning of the school year.

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