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Mold Concerns Close Child Development Center at UC Riverside, California, Dec. 1, 2014

Hinsdale, Illinois, school to close until next week because of mold

January 21, 2014 |By Annemarie Mannion and Joseph Ruzich | Chicago Tribune

Hinsdale Middle Schoolhttp://images.intellitxt.com/ast/adTypes/icon1.png will be closed until at least early next week after tests confirmed that mold was growing in the school and

officials voted Monday night on a remediation program that will cost the school district nearly $400,000.

District officials originally canceled Tuesday and Wednesday classes for the school'shttp://images.intellitxt.com/ast/adTypes/icon1.png 800-plus students and closed the building Friday

to allow crews to do a deep cleaning of the school, which was built in 1976.

But that closure was extended until at least next Tuesday after school board members voted at an emergency meeting Monday night to

pay for remediation and cleaning work at the school, at a costhttp://images.intellitxt.com/ast/adTypes/icon1.png of $384,512.

Officials involved in the work told board members that they have removed 90 percent of the mold from the building and that much of

the cost of their further work would go toward cleaning its duct system.

Superintendent Renee Schuster said over the weekend that test results from samples of mold found Thursday by a cleaning crew

showed low concentrations of mold spores on drywall and surface samples tested.

Officials with a company called SERVPRO were at the school to performhttp://images.intellitxt.com/ast/adTypes/icon1.png deep cleaning and remove wet drywall after water damage

that initially occurred when a pipe burst during a frigid cold snap.

More leaks were discovered after school resumed classes last week.

Christine Maxwell, a reading specialist at the school, said she has long been worried about the air quality and its impact on the health of

students and staff. She said conditions have recently gotten worse.

After returning from the holiday break, she said she experienced a sinus headache, itchy eyes, cough, laryngitis and dizziness.

“We have medically fragile students who are affected (asthma, allergies, heart conditions, autoimmune) and staff (asthma, allergies, as

well as pregnancies),” Heather Scott, a sixth-grade teacher and co-president of the Hinsdale Clarendon Hills Teachers' Association,

said via email.

Schuster said results of indoor air testing performed Jan. 10 show the air quality to be within acceptable guidelines.

Information on the school and how problems are being addressed can be found at d181.org/hms/facility-updates.

Schuster said the district is working with the cleaning contractor, SERVPRO, and Integrity Environmental Services to eradicate the

mold in keeping with the microbial remediation guidelines provided by Integrity, which are posted on the Webhttp://images.intellitxt.com/ast/adTypes/icon1.png page. After the work is

complete, additional testing will be completed before resuming classes.



Des Moines closes school to deal with mold

August 20, 2011

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Des Moines school officials have closed a school due to mold found in a second-grade classroom.

District spokesman Phil Roeder tells The Des Moines Register that the mold was found last week in a room at Moulton Extended Learning Center,
which serves elementary and middle school students.

Workers found water damage behind a wall. Although they repaired and cleared the area, Roeder says mold spores could still be detected in the building.

School officials decided to close the school until Aug. 29 to allow for more cleaning. Repairs also might be made to the building's ventilation 

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