Asbestos removal at Green Meadow is partially complete.

The cafeteria corridor had its ceiling and other building materials replaced over February break. The oldest wing of the school housing the Pre-K & K students, has been closed for the remainder of the school year, and crews will completely remove the old, asbestos ceiling and replace it with a modern drop ceiling.

BEFORE: Old building materials removed by an environmental contractor.
BEFORE: Old building materials removed by an environmental contractor.
AFTER: A modern drop ceiling installed during February break
AFTER: A modern drop ceiling installed during February break

We’re implementing mold prevention measures.

Concerns have been raised about toxic mold in the building. Our tests and the state’s tests indicate there is no toxic mold in the building; however, with a history of roof leaks we’re taking preventative steps.

Over the next several months the roof will be shored up. Air purifiers will be installed throughout the building to continuously clean and filter the air and to move air around the building, decreasing the possibility of mold growth.

View the mold reports

Looking to the future

  • MSBA Process

  • A New Building?

  • Green Meadow Future Committee

Superintendent Dr. Robert Gerardi explains the work that took place during February break and the ongoing work that remains for the rest of the school year and beyond.

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