Harrisburg School District officials take swift action to ensure air quality at Ben Franklin School

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HARRISBURG, Pa. – Harrisburg  School District Officials and Administrators at Ben Franklin School took swift precautionary measures to ensure that the school’s air quality was safe.  The action comes after condensation was noticed inside the building last week and reported to the school principal.

Air quality testing was conducted by a professional outside company, and the results, which came back today, concluded that the air quality inside the building, is normal and safe.

The school is located at 1205 N. 6th Street.

Mold problems have plagued schools in the East Pennsboro Area School District and West Shore School District.


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