October 1, 2014 | The Sauk Rapids-Rice school district buildings have been inspected for asbestos containing materials. Mississippi Heights Elementary School and the Sauk Rapids-Rice High School do not have any asbestos containing materials, but some of the buildings do have areas where asbestos is present. This material is in very good condition. A surveillance is done every six months, and all areas are inspected by a certified inspector every three years. An operation and maintenance program is used to keep the asbestos in good condition.The inspection report and management plan is located in the district office area. For more information, contact Andi Johnson, Director of Business Services, at 320-253-5257 or Steve Musser, school district consultant with Musser Environmental Inc., at 507-829-2145.
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