Water seeping into exterior walls and into some classrooms at the William Hubbard campus created air quality issues that has made the move of... Monroe County delays school opening due to air quality problem

Water seeping into exterior walls and into some classrooms at the William Hubbard campus created air quality issues that has made the move of sixth-graders to the Banks Stephens campus necessary.

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