Ongoing testing of the Warren Elementary School water will continue until the source of PFAS pollutants is found.
The water is currently being filtered with a carbon filter until a permanent solution is
An apparent anomaly or some contamination may have caused the Warren Elementary School’s water to fail a test for PFAS because a second test has come back with PFAS levels below the state threshold.
Despite the discovery of PFAS in the drinking water at Warren Elementary School, the school will open on schedule this month. Students return to classrooms on August 27 with teachers and staff back a week
Warren Elementary School staff, students and parents are right to be concerned about the news that the school’s water supply exceeded state standards for PFAS, a class of chemical used in many manufacturing and