A chiller control failure led to mold in about 20 Olympic High School classrooms, but the rooms have been cleaned in time for Monday’s start of school, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools officials say.
The equipment failure created high humidity, which encouraged the mold, said spokeswoman Renee McCoy. She and Chief Operation Officer Carol Stamper said the district brought in two contractors for clean-up and repairs.
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