Paradise School

Parents in Paradise had been complaining about air quality and student illness for at least two years, so when mold growth was discovered in 2006, Paradise Elementary school was condemned–even though officials thought the school could be cleaned up within days.

Twenty-eight million dollars has been allocated to build two new schools, one of which is the replacement for Paradise Elementary. In the meantime, 600 Canadian children are being bused elsewhere. The new building won’t be ready until the 2010.

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