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Water Testing in Franklin Township Public Schools

As a precaution, Franklin Township Public Schools has recently conducted tests for the presence of lead in the drinking water of our school buildings.  The information below details the results. 

Click here to view an updated letter from Superintendent Dr. John A. Ravally, dated March 10, 2017 detailing the first set of results for the Administrative Building and Administrative Annex; SGS; FPS and Early Childhood Development Center.  Those results revealed exceedances at FPS and the Early Childhood Development Center.  Click here to see the results for those buildings.  Click here to see the locations of the exceedances.  Para la letra en español.
 
Click here to see a letter from Superintendent Dr. John A. Ravally, dated March 16, 2017 detailing the second and third set of results.  Para la letra en español.
 
Click here to see the results for CRS; HIL; MAC; PGM and FMS.  Click here to see the location of exceedances at CRS; MAC; PGM and FMS.
 
Click here to see the results for EAS and FHS.  Click here to see the location of exceedances at EAS and FHS
 
Updated Information: April 5, 2017 Click here to see a summary report on the water samples taken from our district schools and facilities. Please note that the fixtures that showed exceedences on the initial test, but did not show exceedences on the subsequent flush sample, will remain closed off from use until the fixtures are replaced.  Those fixtures that did show exceedences on the subsequent flush sample will also remain closed off from use until a further remediation plan is put in place. 
 
We will update this page with future letters from the Superintendent as additional test sample results are received.
 
 
 
 



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