In Woodbridge Township, anxious mother and father are on the lookout for solutions after greater than 100 former college students and employees of Colonia High School developed uncommon mind tumors. Radon and radiological testing was lately carried out in and round the highschool grounds however the outcomes aren’t out there but. Parents need to see extra exams and so they additionally need the choice of protecting their youngsters at residence.
Dr. Joseph Massimino, Superintendent of Woodbridge Township School District, confirmed that the governor’s workplace has not granted permission for the district to permit a distant studying possibility for Colonia High college students since these studying fashions have been reserved for COVID-19-related closures. Parents pushed again on that reply in a letter, and at a gathering of the board.
“We need the health departments, we need the state departments to take action. If you go to the petition we started and read the comments, it’s heartbreaking to see how many people have had cancer. It’s letting people know what’s going on. Right now we have over 2,800 people who signed it. It’s only two days active,” stated Anne Dinkel, Colonia High School alumna.
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