Batavia Schools disinfected after Legionella episode
BATAVIA – Batavia School District 101 officials should know by the end of the week whether any trace of Legionella bacteria remains at three schools after they were disinfected this weekend.
“We know the water was safe to drink again,” Superintendent Jack Barshinger said Tuesday. “The chlorine levels were back to normal.”
The district notified parents and staff Thursday that traces of Legionella bacteria were found on faucets in two bathrooms at Alice Gustafson Elementary School/Early Childhood Center and Hoover-Wood Elementary School and on a shower head at a girls locker room at Batavia High School.
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