No Capital High rooms left closed due to mold

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By Ryan Quinn No Capital High rooms remain closed due to mold, carbon dioxide or air quality issues as of Wednesday, according to the Kanawha County public school system's communications director. Briana Warner said Capital Principal Larry Bailey told her Wednesday that only the school's library and small auditorium, called the LGI, remain closed, but only due to planned facility improvements. She said the library will be painted and the small auditorium will have flooring replaced. "Both are being improved to make surfaces more easy to clean," Warner said. Warner said the school system closed Capital for most of last week after results of initial air sampling in 188 spaces in the school finished coming in Monday morning of last...

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