D.C. Public Schools and Dept. of General Services employees will visit the school’s cafeteria next Wednesday at 6 p.m. to participate in an open forum on lead testing, the school announced last week.
Tests earlier this year revealed that three D.C. schools, including Miner, had unacceptable levels of lead in some of the schools’ water, according to The Washington Post.
“To be clear, all of the drinking water sources that are currently being used at Miner Elementary School are below the EPA threshold,” DCPS COO Nathaniel Beers wrote in a letter to parents.
Parents are encouraged to attend the forum to share concerns and ask questions.
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