Buffalo Tri-City School District officials say an ongoing mold problem at the school does not pose a serious health risk, and cleaning it up should not cause a major disruption.
The mold has forced the district to close down several rooms at the school, including a girls locker room and a classroom. Superintendent H. David Bruno says until it’s cleaned up, exposure to the mold could cause some irritation to students and staff who are allergic to it.
The district has a remediation plan and is working to hire a company to carry it out. It’s still not known how much that project will cost.