Classes have been pushed back for a New Jersey school due to mold found inside its building.
Northfield Community School Superintendent Janice DeCicco Fipp announced the start of the school year has been delayed until at least September 10. School officials say mold was found on the second floor of the school’s building on Wednesday. The school was scheduled to be opened on Thursday.
Fipp announced cleanup efforts will continue Thursday. The school is scheduled to open Monday if deemed safe for students.