Second Study Performed at Starke Elementary
The school was shut down in august when a study showed elevated levels of mold and fungi.
On Thursday dozens of parents waited outside Starke Elementary to pick up their children.
Students are currently being bussed to different schools around Bradford County because Starke Elementary remains closed.
Little Kaliyah is now attending Southside, while school officials work on the mold and fungi outbreak at Starke.
"My child is getting use to one school right now, when she needs to be getting use to the school that she is going to be continuing to go to," said Schoening.
The results showed significantly elevated levels of bacteria.
Brian Graham who is Community Relations Coordinator for the Bradford County School District said a second study was performed.
"Where the humidity is coming from; why there are humidity issues; we have yet to determine exactly what they are. The most likely source is going to be the HVAC system. The heating and air," said Graham.
According to Graham, the district is working on getting architects and engineers as well as a second opinion on the extent of the mold to make sure they fix the problem permanently.
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