Mold Found In Fairhaven’s Oxford School, Emergency School Committee Meeting Saturday
There is an air quality problem at the Oxford School in Fairhaven. Superintendent Dr. Robert Baldwin tells WBSM News, the school recently flunked an air quality test because of high concentrations of mold in the school building.
Baldwin says the school has been closed off, and officials are gathering information and planning their next move.
Wood School children are scheduled to attend the Oxford School this year, while a new Wood School is under construction. School is scheduled to open Tuesday in Fairhaven. The emergency school committee meeting is schedule for Saturday, 3:30pm in the performing arts center at Fairhaven High School.