Water Testing Results: Pine Island Elementary, WVMS, and  WVHS

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Water Testing Results: Pine Island Elementary, WVMS, and WVHS

September 15, 2021

Water testing in September 2021 found that one faucet at Pine Island Elementary School was under the state’s allowable measure of 15 micrograms of lead per liter, typically referred to as “parts per billion (ppb).” All building faucets at Pine Island Elementary School are within state guidelines and are safe for normal use. Pine Island Report

Water testing in June 2021 found that three faucets at Warwick Valley Middle School exceeded the state’s allowable measure of 15 micrograms of lead per liter, typically referred to as “parts per billion (ppb).” Signage designating the water as non-potable has been posted on affected fixtures, which will be replaced and retested before being put back into service. The District will ensure that all students and staff have an adequate supply of water for drinking and cooking. WVMS Report

Water testing in June 2021 found that three faucets at Warwick Valley High School were under the state’s allowable measure of 15 micrograms of lead per liter, typically referred to as “parts per billion (ppb).” 

Additional water testing at Warwick Valley High School in August 2021 found that 14 faucets were under the state’s allowable measure of 15 micrograms of lead per liter, typically referred to as “parts per billion (ppb).” All building faucets at Warwick Valley High School are within state guidelines and are safe for normal use. WVHS Report

For the complete results of the water outlet testing at Pine Island Elementary School [collected 9/1/21; reported 9/8/21], WVHS [collected 6/15/21; reported 8/31/21], WVHS [collected 8/3/21; reported 8/13/21], WVMS [collected 6/15/21; reported 8/13/21], contact Assistant Superintendent for Business Timothy Holmes at (845) 987-3000, ext. 10521, or by email to tholmes@wvcsd.org.


 

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