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|Our school district is committed to
protecting student, teacher and staff health. The
district recently began testing water within our
schools in accordance with regulations adopted on July
13, 2016 by the State of New Jersey Board of
The regulations mandate testing for lead in drinking
water in all public schools throughout New Jersey,
reporting the results of testing, and any remedial
actions required. As the results are received, we will
notify the families at that particular school and post
them here for the community.
For more information about water quality in our
schools, contact Ernest Tricomi, Director of
Facilities at the Holmdel Township Public School
District, 732-946-1813 ext. 3421.
For more information on reducing lead exposure around
your home and the health effects of lead, visit EPA’s
Web site at
www.epa.gov/lead, call the National Lead
Information Center at 800-424-LEAD, or contact your
health care provider.
If you are concerned about lead exposure in any of our
facilities or in your home, you may want to ask your
health care providers about testing children to
determine levels of lead in their blood.