Elm Drive Elementary School reopens after mold remediation

From left, Chris Rosenbergen, Millbrook Education Foundation (MEF) president; Anita Mozdziez, MEF member; Brian Fried, assistant superintendent; Maryanne Herzog, MEF member; Perry Hartswick, Board of Education president; Caroline Hernandez Pidala, assistant superintendent; Karen Ferguson, Elm Drive principal; Deb Mangione, PTO president; Phil D’Angelo, superintendent of schools; Magda Glazer, PTO vice president; Phil Smith, Belfor; and Stephen DeLillo, Belfor. Photo submitted

MILLBROOK — When Elm Drive Elementary School students returned to school after a lengthy hiatus, they not only found the building freshly cleaned and painted, floors buffed and ceilings in good repair, but the furniture, the cubbies, work spaces and seats all movable, allowing for cleaning under and around them. Good news, following the discovery of mold at the school just days after it opened  for the academic year.

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