PEACHTREE CITY, Ga. (WXIA) -- A mold outbreak at a Peachtree City elementary school has parents worried, and school leaders racing to clean the classrooms and ease fears.
Parents had the chance to get answers firsthand from the staff on .Monday night at Huddleston Elementary
The school explained the HVAC system in the hallways connected the Third, Fourth and Fifth Grade hallways caused the outbreak. Ten rooms are affected. Seven are classrooms. Others are work rooms and lounged.
The cafeteria turned in to a town hall as parents asked questions for three hours on Monday. School leaders explained their battle plan against a mold outbreak while students continue to attend school.
The school aims to clean the school, remove the mold and control the humidity. Longterm, a new HVAC system will be installed. That won't happen until the end of the school year.