Crews work on the new and expand administration area during the modernization project at Evergreen Forest Elementary School in Lacey in November. Evergreen Forest is one of five schools in the North Thurston school district where elevated lead levels were found in water fixtures, the district announced Thursday night.
Crews work on the new and expand administration area during the modernization project at Evergreen Forest Elementary School in Lacey in November. Evergreen Forest is one of five schools in the North Thurston school district where elevated lead levels were found in water fixtures, the district announced Thursday night. Steve Bloom Staff photographer
Crews work on the new and expand administration area during the modernization project at Evergreen Forest Elementary School in Lacey in November. Evergreen Forest is one of five schools in the North Thurston school district where elevated lead levels were found in water fixtures, the district announced Thursday night. Steve Bloom Staff photographer

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