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C.R. Anderson Students to Return to School Tomorrow

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C.R. Anderson Middle School was closed all last week after testings found traces of lead on campus, but there is some good news because as of tomorrow students will be able to return to school.

The catch is three classrooms, the library, band, and chorus rooms will not be in use. As of Sunday officials decided to close those parts of the campus for further testing. Last week it was also announced that the schools basement would be off limits because crews still needed to clean up after their testing and lead was found. A few classes will be moved to nearby churches until they are re-opened later this week.

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