Mold cleanup planned at West Virginia high school
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Crews plan to clean up a mold problem at a West Virginia high school less than three weeks before the start of school.
Classes were canceled at Capital High School for a week due to elevated mold levels. Kanawha County schools officials tell news outlets the mold returned in some classrooms after a humid, rainy summer.
County schools spokeswoman Brianna Warner says it’s unknown if the problem will delay the start of the school year. Teachers report on Aug. 14 and the first day for students is Aug. 20.