Atlantic County School Closed for Air-Quality Testing

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Students at one Atlantic County school got an extended weekend after officials decided to close for the day for air-quality testing.

Dr. J.P. Cleary Elementary School was closed on Monday, September 10th, for testing, which officials say is a precautionary measure to ensure the health and safety of the students and staff at the school.

The need for testing came about after mold was detected in isolated areas of the building.

For updates on the closure and the air quality test, visit the Buena Regional School District's website.


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