Wednesday, April 10, 2002

Moldy ceiling causes kids to pack food

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        NORWOOD — Holy Trinity School students began packing their lunches this week after school officials closed the cafeteria because of a mold problem in the parish hall's ceilings.

        They will spend the next two weeks eating in the classrooms while the mold is being removed, said Dan Andriacco, spokesman for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati.

        The parish hall was closed and sealed over the weekend. Mr. Andriacco said that a teacher and student reported respiratory problems before the parish hall was closed.

        Mold removal from classrooms happened in January.


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