“Parents should be able to live in a community where they have a safe place for their children,” Kiana Shelton told the board.
Valerie Sims said the school district should dedicate money to fix the problems at Washington after it spent so much money on the new North Atlanta High School.
“If you can put $150 million into a Northside school, surely you can provide the same for our kids,” she said.
Superintendent Erroll Davis said mold is unavoidable and the school district will treat it as needed. He said spending more money wouldn’t solve the mold problem any faster.
Air quality test results are expected in a couple of days, Green said.