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Spring Valley school goes remote amid hazardous materials probe: Officials

SPRING VALLEY — Spring Valley Excessive College in Rockland County has shifted to distant studying for the week out of “an abundance of warning,” college officers stated Tuesday.

The announcement got here after the East Ramapo Central College District was notified of “a suspicion of hazardous supplies in particular lecture rooms.”

“Now we have decided it isn’t possible to run the in-person tutorial program and concurrently examine and develop a plan to deal with this fast concern,” Superintendent Clarence Ellis stated in a press release. “Throughout this time we are able to absolutely assess the scope and nature of the fabric and decide the best and protected mitigation measures.” 

Beforehand scheduled PSAT and SAT checks can be rescheduled because of the transfer.

Ellis stated the district will present updates to college students and fogeys as extra data is gathered.

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