GRANBY, Mass. (WWLP) – The State Department of Public Health will again visit a Granby elementary school this week to look into air quality concerns.
A 2010 report listed several recommendations for the West Street School.
Superintendent Isabelina Rodriguez told 22News that about 80% were addressed at that time. But some parents are still upset about the quality of air in the 70-year-old building.
Rodriguez said the inspection will hopefully ease their concerns.
“What we are going to be doing from here is that we’ve also reached out to the board of health, the State Board of Health, and they’re coming out on Friday, and they’re going to be doing a full inspection,” Rodriguez said.
Rodriguez said if there are any imminent concerns after the inspection, the school department will address them immediately.