Tests reveal excessive lead levels in some school faucets in Sequim

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The Sequim School District has closed off sinks in several classrooms, hallways and office areas after tests revealed excess lead levels in the water.

More testing is planned in the coming days at Greywolf and Helen Haller Elementary Schools.

Tests show the drinking fountains are safe.

Parents will get the chance to ask any questions about the findings Thursday evening at Sequim Middle School in the gymnasium, at a meeting that starts at 6:30 pm.


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