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marcusxfel: Sharpsville tested drinking water in all three of its buildings about two weeks ago, Ferko said. When the results came back this week with higher than acceptable levels of lead and copper, the district immediately contacted the media and posted...

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Sharpsville tested drinking water in all three of its buildings about two weeks ago, Ferko said. When the results came back this week with higher than acceptable levels of lead and copper, the district immediately contacted the media and posted water testing results on its website. The school has shut off the water to the sinks in its high school/middle school nurse's examination room, its high school chemistry room 75, elementary science room and the high schools community-based education room. Water coolers have been placed in each of the affected areas. Ferko said the results appeared to be random, with one room coming back with high lead content and an adjacent room using the same water main having acceptable lead levels. None was found in our drinking fountains, but students were allowed to fill their water bottles from the nurses sink, he said. Ferko said they also contacted Microbac Laboratories Inc., the company that did the initial testing, to retest their water on Wednesday.

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Sharpsville tested drinking water in all three of its buildings about two weeks ago, Ferko said. When the results came back this week with higher than acceptable levels of lead and copper, the district immediately contacted the media and posted water testing results on its website. The school has shut off the water to the sinks in its high school/middle school nurse's examination room, its high school chemistry room 75, elementary science room and the high schools community-based education room. Water coolers have been placed in each of the affected areas. Ferko said the results appeared to be random, with one room coming back with high lead content and an adjacent room using the same water main having acceptable lead levels. None was found in our drinking fountains, but students were allowed to fill their water bottles from the nurses sink, he said. Ferko said they also contacted Microbac Laboratories Inc., the company that did the initial testing, to retest their water on Wednesday.

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