We are pleased to report that all water outlets typically used for drinking or cooking did not exceed the acceptable standard for levels of lead at J-D Middle School. Action is required if lead levels above 15 parts per billion are detected at a specific water outlet. One hundred and sixty-two (162) samples were collected at the middle school. Of those, two tested above the acceptable level: one of the sinks in the girls’ bathroom in house 2 and one of the sinks in room 101 which is a science room. Both of those outlets have been turned off. Once fixtures are replaced, the water will again be tested to assure the water meets the acceptable standard for lead levels.
Laboratory Analysis Report
Lead Sampling Form
More information: EPA website
McMahon/Ryan Child Advocacy Center will be presenting in our sixth grade classes and to our eighth grade students during the month of December. The presenation is focused on digital citizenship and how our digital footprint can impact our lives.
Preview attachment J-D Middle Internet 6th.doc
Preview attachment J-D Middle RISK 8th.pdf