Central Services building in the Alamance-Burlington School System is mold free
Mold issues within ABSS have cost the district over $20 million
Updated: 1:35 PM EDT Oct 6, 2023
The Central Services building within the Alamance-Burlington School System is now mold-free. On Thursday evening, the district announced the building was cleared following remediation procedures. Click the video player above to watch the latest headlines from WXII 12 News.Top Stories‘Violence is ruining not just football Friday but lives,’ Guilford County Schools, Greensboro police talk safety following deadly shooting after Dudley High gameDale Earnhardt Jr. reads to students, and $50,000 donated to Wilkes County School reading programsGet the latest news stories of interest by clicking here Crews say they worked to remove mold from the curriculum department, offices for federal programs, public information, finance, and the superintendent.Along with office buildings, 30 schools have also passed remediation verification testing, according to the district. Altogether, mold issues within ABSS have cost the district over $20 million.Watch: NOWCAST streaming newscastsNAVIGATE: Home | Weather | Watch NOWCAST TV | Local News | National | News We Love |Trending StoriesKeep up with the latest news and weather by downloading the WXII app here.