Starke Elementary Back Open After 6 Months
Starke, FL -- 6 months ago, black mold found in classrooms and hallways forced Starke Elementary School to close.
The closing sent students to several different locations throughout Bradford County.
According to school officials, after 2 million dollars worth of restoration work, the school is back up to code.
After the upgrades were completed, independent air quality experts were brought in to test the buildings.
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