FALCONER – Another local school district has reported high levels of lead found in some drinking water tests.
The Jamestown Post-Journal is reporting that Falconer Central Schools held a board meeting earlier this week, with officials saying that there were a few high lead water samples in their recently released testing results.
There were a few reported instances of high lead counts in the Middle/High school and Fenner Elementary School, however, Temple Elementary School was found to be without high lead results.
Officials said that letters are already in the process of being sent to parents and signs will be hung over sinks with high measurements which state the water is not for drinking.
After necessary changes are made to fixtures, the tests will be run again on those fixtures to make sure they are acceptable.