ATLANTA - Atlanta Public School district leaders say they are taking aggressive action after parents complained of mold at a local high school.
Steve Smith, the associate superintendent at Atlanta Public Schools, said the school was
"We are very aggressively dealing with this
Over the weekend, Channel 2 spotted crews from a sewer repair
"We worked through the evening Friday and Saturday getting those areas cleaned or
Smith said students will not be allowed back into the four affected
"No, I don't think it is enough. I think they need to remediate this entire facility inside and out," explained Williams. "They built a $150 million Taj Mahal for the north side, yet our kids on the south side have to walk with mold and mildew."
"We are candid. We addressed the issue as soon as we were notified," Smith said.