• Lead Testing Results, Plans and Remediation
     

    September 2017 Lead Testing Action Plan (Remediation)

     

     

    The Glassboro Board of Education is committed to protecting student, teacher, and staff health. Please click here to read the September 2017 Lead Testing Action Plan identifying remediation.
     
     

     

    -------------------------------- The Below Notice was Posted in July 2017 ------------------------------------------

    July 2017 Lead Testing Results and Plans Notice

    The Glassboro Board of Education is committed to protecting student, teacher, and staff health. To protect our community and comply with Department of Education regulations, the Glassboro Board of Education tested our school district's drinking water for lead. In accordance with the Department of Education regulations, the Glassboro Public Schools will implement immediate remedial measures for any drinking water outlet with a result greater than the action level of 15 µg/l (parts per billion [ppb]). This includes turning off the outlet unless it is determined the location must remain on for non-drinking purposes. In these cases, a “DO NOT DRINK – SAFE FOR HAND WASHING ONLY" sign will be posted.

    We will provide you with additional remediation details at a later date. Please click the links below to read testing results for each building:
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    The EPA put out a guide called, "3Ts (Training, Telling, Testing) for Reducing Lead in Drinking Water in Schools. In addition to the topics noted in its title, the guide provides pertinent health information that may be of interest to parents, students and staff. Please click the link below to access that document.
     
     
     
Last Modified on September 27, 2017