Lead Testing in Drinking Water - What Schools Need to Do

Lead Testing in Drinking Water - What Schools Need to Do

girls on track drinking water from bottle

Many school buildings were closed or vacant during summer vacation. This causes the water in a school to sit in plumbing and can lead to poor water quality. To protect health, it is important to flush a building’s plumbing before reopening. Learn more about what steps you should take by reading the Water Flushing Guide.

Why Test for Lead

Many Vermont schools are in older buildings, which means they are more likely to have lead in the plumbing. While a major source of lead poisoning in Vermont children is paint, lead in older plumbing and fixtures can add to a child’s overall lead exposure.

Lead exposure poses a special risk to children because they absorb lead into their systems more easily than adults do. Lead can slow down growth, impair development and learning, and can cause behavior problems.

To address these risks, Act 66 (2019) requires all Vermont school districts, supervisory unions, independent schools and child care providers to test their drinking and cooking water for lead. If lead is found in an amount at or above the action level of 4 parts per billion (ppb), the school or child care provider must immediately take the fixture out of service and take steps to eliminate or reduce the amount of lead to below 4 ppb.

This law builds on the 2017 water testing pilot project in which several supervisory unions and districts participated.

go to the lead in drinking water results website

Go to the School Testing Schedule

The State of Vermont will cover all testing costs. The State will also reimburse for the actual costs to replace fixtures up to a certain amount.

Is there a licensed child care program(s) (preschool or afterschool) that operates in your school?

Schools will collect drinking water samples from all taps that are currently or reasonably expected to be used for drinking or cooking in the buildings they own, control and operate. To simplify the testing process, the Health Department recommends that schools collect water samples for licensed child care programs (preschool or afterschool) that operate in their school.

However, it is the responsibility of the child care to be sure the law’s requirements for their facilities are met. This includes ensuring that taps within the child care area are tested, and that any taps found to have levels at or above 4 ppb are addressed.

The child care provider is also responsible for notifying their program’s parents, guardians and staff at least 5 days before water sample collection begins, and within 10 business days of receiving results from the Lab. 

School administrators (principals and facilities managers) should talk to child care providers to make them aware of the school’s plans and schedule for:

  • collecting the water samples
  • notifying parents, guardians and staff after receiving results
  • implementing any required remediation plans

The school may want to share its tap inventory with child care providers to ensure that taps in the child care areas are clearly identified in the location description.

Below you will find step-by-step instructions, instructional videos, and all the materials you will need to help you through this process. Find frequently asked questions

Questions? Call the Lead in School and Child Care Drinking Water Program at 802-863-7220 or 800-439-8550 (toll-free in Vermont).


step-by-step instructions
 

TAP INVENTORY AND WATER SAMPLE COLLECTION

1. Choose a designated person(s).

There needs to be one or two designated people who will:

  • Complete the tap inventory.
  • Fill out the Water Sample Worksheet for each sample.
  • Collect water samples.
  • Prepare the samples for courier pickup or UPS shipping.
2. Prepare your tap inventory.

You’ll need to do a tap inventory to order lead in drinking water test kits. Complete only one tap inventory per school. Fill in the blue section titled "Tap Inventory for Schools and Child Care Providers Testing for Lead in Drinking Water." Make sure you save the tap inventory for later. It will help when you’re collecting water samples.

Schools will need to collect drinking water samples from all taps that are currently or reasonably expected to be used for drinking or cooking in the buildings they own, control and operate. This includes taps in rooms that are used by all licensed child care programs (preschool or afterschool).

You'll be collecting two samples at each tap—a “first draw” and a “flush.” The first draw sample collects the first water that comes out of the tap after a period of inactivity (between 8 and 18 hours). The flush sample collects water after the tap has been running for 30 seconds.

Fixtures that have multiple taps (such as a sink with a faucet and a drinking fountain, or bottle fill station and drinking fountain) are called “combo fixtures.” You'll need to do two first draw samples, but only one flush sample. The flush sample should be from the tap that is easiest to flush for 30 seconds.

For ice machines, you’ll need to collect one first draw sample only.

Download the tap inventory
See photo examples of fixture types

3. Email your tap inventory.

Send your tap inventory as an attachment to LeadSchool@vermont.gov. Write “Tap Inventory” in the subject line. Include the following in the body of the email:

  • First and last name
  • Phone number
  • School name

Someone from the Health Department will contact you if more information is needed.

4. Send a letter and informational sheet to parents, guardians and school staff at least 5 days before you begin collecting samples.

Superintendents (public schools) and heads of school (independent schools) will be emailed when their school(s) have been scheduled. Go to the School Testing Schedule

You’ll need to send a letter and an informational sheet to parents, guardians and school staff at least 5 days before you begin collecting samples. If there is a licensed child care program (preschool or afterschool) that operates in your school, talk to them about your testing schedule so they can send the letter and informational sheet to their program's parents, guardians and staff at least 5 days before you begin collecting samples.

The letter should include:

  • Your scheduled sample collection week.
  • Why you’re being asked to test.
  • The requirements for testing.
  • The health effects of lead and other sources of lead (included on the informational sheet).
  • How you will notify parents, guardians and staff about the results.
  • How you will respond to results that are at or above 4 ppb.

We created a letter template and informational sheet with all of the elements listed above for you to use. They are translated into nine languages and posted below.

The yellow highlighted sections in all capital letters on the letter template (for example, DATE, SCHOOL NAME, etc.) will need to be edited by you before sending out the letters.

Download the letter template
Download the informational sheet
Download translated versions of the letter template and informational sheet

5. Prepare to collect the water samples.

You'll be collecting two samples at each tap identified on the tap inventory—a first draw and a flush. A Water Sample Worksheet needs to be filled out. There is a unique Lab ID # on each line of the Water Sample Worksheet and a corresponding sample bottle with a matching Lab ID #. First draw sample bottles have a "FIRST DRAW" sticker on them, and flush sample bottles have a "FLUSH" sticker on them.

For combo fixtures (for example, a sink with a faucet and a drinking fountain or bottle fill station and drinking fountain), you'll need to do two first draw samples, but only one flush sample. The flush sample should be from the tap that is easiest to flush for 30 seconds.

For ice machines, you’ll need to collect one first draw sample only.

6. Collect water samples during your scheduled week.

Sample bottles will be mailed to you. In the box of sample bottles, you will find:

  • Pre-labeled sample bottles for each tap listed on your tap inventory. First draw bottles have "FIRST DRAW" stickers on them, and flush bottles have "FLUSH" stickers on them.
  • A Water Sample Worksheet
  • Instructions on how to collect water samples
  • UPS pre-paid return shipping label or courier information

Collect samples first thing in the morning after the water has been sitting in the pipes for 8 to 18 hours. Make sure you collect all of the samples before the water starts being used for the day. Don’t sample the first day back after a weekend, holiday or vacation.

Collect all samples from the taps listed on your tap inventory. Starting closest to where the water enters the building, collect all first draw samples first. Then go back and collect all flush samples. For combo fixtures (for example, a sink with a faucet and a drinking fountain or a bottle fill station and a drinking fountain), you will collect two first draw samples—one from each tap—but only one flush sample. The flush sample should be from the tap that is easiest to flush for 30 seconds. For ice machines, you will collect one first draw sample only.

Follow the instructions that come with the sample bottles and fill out the Collection Date and Collection Time (note AM or PM) highlighted sections on the Water Sample Worksheet.

Download instructions on how to collect water samples

7. Return samples to the Lab.

Samples will be returned to the Lab using courier pickup or UPS. Instructions for using the courier or a UPS shipping label will be included in the box of sample bottles sent to you.

Courier Pickup

  • Screw the caps on tightly.
  • Pack the samples and the Water Sample Worksheet securely in any box(es) using packing material to make sure they don’t move around.
  • Label the box(es) with your school name.
  • Leave the packed box(es) at the front desk or main office for courier pickup.

UPS

  • On the same day you collect your water samples, call UPS to schedule a pickup at your school or drop off the box(es) at a UPS Store Monday through Thursday (not on a Friday, a weekend, or a holiday). Water samples must reach the Lab within one week of collection.
  • Screw the caps on tightly.
  • Pack the samples and the Water Sample Worksheet securely in any box(es) using packing material to make sure they don’t move around.
  • Seal the box with packing tape and place the return shipping label on the box, covering the original shipping label. (A pre-paid return shipping label will be included in the box of sample bottles mailed to you.)
  • If you are scheduling a pickup: Call UPS at 1-800-742-5877.
    • When calling UPS, say “schedule a pickup” and then "agent" to get a live representative.
    • Provide your tracking number and the date and the time you want the driver to do the pickup.
    • There is no cost for shipping. If you are asked to pay, say "bill to original shipper."

RESULTS AND REMEDIATION

1. Receive your test results.

You will receive your results by email 8 to 12 weeks after the samples have been picked up by the courier or sent via UPS. Results will be emailed to school administrators and child care providers (if there is a licensed preschool or afterschool program that operates in your school).

All results will be posted on the Results Website one week after receiving them by email. Please note that results for a licensed child care program (preschool or afterschool) that operates in your school will be listed under the school’s name.

NOTE: If all of your results were BELOW 4 ppb, the only thing you need to do is to complete Step #4 of this section. You may still choose to remediate taps with results below 4 ppb. However, this is not required by law and there is no remediation funding for taps below 4 ppb. If you choose to complete voluntary remediation, follow Step 5 to determine the best permanent remediation action, then enter the details of what you did in the Voluntary Remediation Form. These voluntary remediation actions will be posted to the Results Website.

go to the lead in drinking water results website

2. Complete immediate remediation actions.

If any lead levels are found to be at or above 4 ppb, you are required to immediately stop using that tap for drinking or cooking.

Below are the immediate remediation actions you can take while you are figuring out the best permanent remediation action. Record these actions in the green section of your tap inventory and on ANR Online (see Step #3).

  • Remove the fixture from service, which means to physically remove the fixture OR valve off the fixture by accessing the supply piping and shutting off the flow of water to the fixture.
  • Post a sign that says, “Do Not Drink” or “For Handwashing Only.” Download "Do Not Drink" and "For Handwashing Only" signs
  • Install a point-of-use filter after consulting with the Department of Environmental Conservation. Contact Catie Bartone at 802-272-0411 or catharine.bartone@vermont.gov.

Download the Remediation Guidance

3. Register for an ANR Online account and enter immediate remediation actions.

ANR Online is the system that tracks all lead in drinking water results and remediation actions. This information is searchable by the public on the Results Website.

First, you’ll need to create an account. Please use the same email address you provided when you submitted your tap inventory so your account can be linked with the correct school or schools. Then, you’ll need to enter the immediate remediation actions taken on all taps that had lead levels at or above 4 ppb.

See instructions on how to create an account and submit remediation actions on ANR Online
Go to ANR Online

4. Send a letter to parents, guardians and staff within 10 business days of receiving your results.

You’ll need to send a letter to parents, guardians and staff of the results within 10 business days of receiving your results.

If there is a licensed child care program (preschool or afterschool) that operates in your school, talk to them about notifying their program's parents, guardians and staff within 10 business days of receiving results from the Lab and about implementing remediation plans if results at or above 4 ppb.

We also created letter templates for you to use. One is to use when all results were BELOW 4 ppb and the other is to use when one or more results were AT OR ABOVE 4 ppb. They are translated into nine languages and posted below.

The yellow highlighted sections in all capital letters on the letter template (for example, DATE, SCHOOL/FACILITY, etc.) will need to be edited by you before sending out the letters. You may also include any additional information you want to share with your community. We recommend including the test results in the letter. You can do this by copying and pasting the summary of results table from your results email. We also suggest including the name of your school as it’s written above the table. That is the name used on the results website and will make it easier for parents, guardians and staff to find the results. 

Download the BELOW 4 ppb letter template
Download the AT OR ABOVE 4 ppb letter template
Download translated versions of the letter templates

Please note that all results will be posted on the Results Website. Results for licensed child care programs (preschool or afterschool) that operate in a school will be listed under the school’s name.

5. Determine the best permanent remediation action.

The best remediation action depends on the results for that tap and whether the first draw sample, flush sample, or both samples were at or above 4 ppb.

Below is a list of the remediation actions. For more details, see the Remediation Guidance starting on page 2. It may be helpful to fill out a plumbing profile and map your results on a floor plan. If you need to consult with the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), contact Catie Bartone at 802-272-0411 or catharine.bartone@vermont.gov.

Permanent FIXTURE Remediation Actions:

  • Fixture Removal (you must physically remove the faucet or fountain and cap the supply pipes. Sink basins can stay in place so there aren’t holes in the countertop.)
  • Fixture Removal – new fixture installation in other location (for example, centrally located bottle fill station installation)
  • Fixture Replacement
  • Point-of-use filter installation (after consultation with DEC)

Permanent PLUMBING Remediation Actions:

  • Internal plumbing replacement or bypass
  • Service line replacement
  • Automatic flushing device installation
  • Point-of-use filter installation (after consultation with DEC)
  • Treatment installation/optimization (after consultation with DEC)

Download the Remediation Guidance
Download the Plumbing Profile Questionnaire
See instructions on how to submit remediation actions on ANR Online

NOTE: You may still choose to remediate taps with results below 4 ppb, however, this is not required by law and there is no remediation funding for taps below 4 ppb. If you choose to complete voluntary remediation, determine the best permanent remediation action, then enter the details of what you did in the Voluntary Remediation Form. These voluntary remediation actions will be posted to the Results Website. Any fixture replacements will still require follow-up testing to make sure lead levels are below 4 ppb. Follow-up testing costs will be covered by the State.

6. Submit your Remediation Plan.

Schools are required to submit a Remediation Plan. This is done through ANR Online. Follow these steps:

  1. Sign in to ANR Online.
  2. Enter your school’s name.
  3. Select the planned permanent remediation action for each tap.
  4. Record your immediate remediation actions in the green section of your tap inventory.

By entering this information on ANR Online, you are submitting your Remediation Plan.

Download the Remediation Guidance
See instructions on how to submit your Remediation Plan on ANR Online

7. Take permanent remediation actions.

You are eligible for reimbursement when you remediate a tap that is at or above 4 ppb. You will be reimbursed for the actual cost of replacing a drinking water fixture up to a maximum amount. Receipts or invoices will need to be submitted to the Health Department. The maximum amount for each type of fixture is:

  • Public drinking fountains and ice machines: $1,800.00
  • Taps used for cooking: $650.00
  • All other taps in schools: $350.00

Here is what you need to do:

  1. Complete all necessary work.
  2. Record the permanent remediation actions in the green section of your tap inventory.
  3. Keep all receipts and invoices to submit for reimbursement.
  4. Enter permanent remediation actions on ANR Online.
  5. See the Cost Reimbursement section below for more details on how to submit a reimbursement request.

Download the Remediation Guidance
See instructions on how to submit remediation actions on ANR Online

8. Do follow-up testing.

If the permanent remediation action you did was anything other than permanently removing the fixture, you are required to make sure that any remediation action you took has lowered the lead levels of that tap below 4 ppb. Follow-up testing information and kits will be sent to you automatically once you have entered all of your permanent remediation actions. See the next section “Follow-up Testing” for step-by-step instructions.

FOLLOW-UP TESTING

1. Receive email notification with list of taps that need to be re-tested.

Once you have recorded your permanent remediation actions in ANR Online for all taps that were at or above 4 ppb, you will receive an email notifying you that you are ready for follow-up testing. 

  • Your school will be sent follow-up test kits 1 to 3 weeks after this email to the same shipping address where your initial kits were sent. 
  • Use the tap inventory included in this email to help you collect the samples. 
  • Follow-up test kits and shipping costs to and from the Lab are covered by the State.
2. Flush the taps for 3 weeks before collecting water samples.

Once you receive your email notification and list of taps that need to be re-tested, begin flushing those taps. For 3 weeks, turn on the remediated taps to run water through the new fixtures or plumbing for a few minutes twice per day every day until the day you begin collecting samples.

3. Collect water samples.

Follow the instructions on how to collect samples (see Steps #5 – 6 in the Tap Inventory and Water Sample Collection section above).

The tap information on the Water Sample Worksheet will already be filled out by the Lab. Once you locate the tap that needs to be tested, match the Lab ID # that's on the form to the sample bottle with the same Lab ID #. First draw sample bottles will have a "FIRST DRAW" sticker on them, and flush samples will have a "FLUSH" sticker on them.

You will need to fill out the highlighted portion of the Water Sample Worksheet with the name of the person collecting the sample, any sampler’s comments, and the date and time the sample was taken. In the Sampler's Comments box, please write "child care" if it is a sample from a licensed child care program (preschool or afterschool). If there is anything unusual or unique about collecting the sample or about the fixture, also write it in the box.

4. Return samples to the Lab.

Samples will be returned to the Lab using courier pickup or UPS. Instructions for using the courier or a UPS shipping label will be included in the box of sample bottles sent to you.

Courier Pickup

  • Screw the caps on tightly.
  • Pack the samples securely in any box(es) using packing materials to make sure they don’t move around.
  • Label the box(es) with your school name.
  • Leave the packed box(es) at the front desk or main office for courier pickup.

UPS

  • On the same day you collect your water samples, call UPS to schedule a pickup at your school or drop off the box(es) at a UPS Store Monday through Thursday (not on a Friday, a weekend, or a holiday). Water samples must reach the Lab within one week of collection.
  • Screw the caps on tightly.
  • Pack the samples securely in any box(es) using packing materials to make sure they don’t move around.
  • Seal the box with packing tape and place the return shipping label on the box, covering the original shipping label. (A pre-paid return shipping label will be included in the box of sample bottles mailed to you.)
  • If you are scheduling a pickup: Call UPS at 1-800-742-5877.
    • When calling UPS, say “schedule a pickup” and then say "agent" to get a live representative.
    • Provide your tracking number and the date and the time you want the driver to do the pickup.
    • There is no cost for shipping. If you are asked to pay, say "bill to original shipper."
5. Receive your follow-up test results.

Results will be emailed to you within 8 to 12 weeks after the samples have been picked up by the courier or sent via UPS.

  • If the result is below 4 ppb, no further action is required.
  • If the result is at or above 4 ppb, then go back and re-do Steps #5 – 8 under the Results and Remediation section above. Consult with the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) for help in determining the next best remediation action. Contact Catie Bartone at 802-272-0411 or catharine.bartone@vermont.gov.
6. Notify parents, guardians and staff of results.

Notify parents, guardians and staff of results within 10 business days of receiving the follow-up test results from the Lab. Follow the instructions in Step #4 under the Results and Remediation section above.

COST REIMBURSEMENT

1. Save receipts and invoices for remediation actions.

Schools need to pay upfront for all costs associated with remediating taps that were at or above 4 ppb. After the remediation is complete, you can submit a reimbursement request.

School districts, supervisory unions and independent schools will be reimbursed for the actual cost of replacement—including parts and labor—of a drinking water fixture if an itemized invoice is received with the initial first draw Lab ID # written on it. (You can find the initial first draw Lab ID # by looking up your results on the Results Website and clicking on “Tap Summary Cards”). The maximum amount for each type of fixture is:

  1. Public drinking fountains and ice machines: $1,800.00
  2. Taps used for cooking: $650.00
  3. All other taps in schools: $350.00
2. Submit reimbursement request to the Health Department.

Each location should send one reimbursement request once all remediation has been completed. Use the online Reimbursement Request to submit your request.

Before you begin, please make sure you can:

  • Send a copy of all receipts and invoices electronically (combining them into a single file is recommended, if possible). You will be asked to attach them when prompted. 
  • Enter total replacement costs by fixture (including parts and labor). 
  • Identify each tap you are requesting reimbursement for by its initial first draw Lab ID#.  You can find the initial first draw Lab ID# by looking up your results on the Results Website and clicking on "Tap Summary Cards."

    NOTE: The online form is easier to complete on a computer than on a mobile device.

    If you are unable to complete the request using the online form, you may use the Reimbursement Request document to submit your request instead. Mail this document with accompanying receipts and invoices to: 

Vermont Department of Health
Attn: Business Office
PO Box 70
Burlington, VT 05402

3. Receive your reimbursement.

Payment will be received within 30 days after the Health Department receives an error-free reimbursement request. If an error is found, the Health Department will reach out to request a new invoice. The Health Department will use your State of Vermont Vendor ID to issue payment, which will be made in your preferred method of payment.

If you are unsure if you already have a State of Vermont Vendor ID, please email AHS.VDHAccountsPayable@vermont.gov.

Instructional Videos 

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Materials you will need

Phase of the Process Title Description
Tap Inventory / Results and Remediation Tap Inventory - Template and Example Use the blue section titled "Tap Inventory for Schools and Child Care Providers Testing for Lead in Drinking Water" to complete your tap inventory. Use the green section titled "Results and Remediation Actions for Schools and Child Care Providers" to track your remediation actions. To see an example of a completed tap inventory, click on the tab labeled "Example."
Water Sample Collection Photos of Fixture Types See images of the different types of fixtures for sample collection.
Water Sample Collection Notification Letter to Parents, Guardians and School Staff Use this letter template to send to parents, guardians and school staff at least 5 days before you begin collecting samples.
Water Sample Collection Informational Sheet - Lead Poisoning in Children Include this informational sheet with the notification letter sent to parents, guardians and school staff at least 5 days before you begin collecting samples.
Water Sample Collection How to Collect Water Samples - Instructions Follow these instructions to collect first draw and flush water samples. These instructions will be included in the box of sample bottles mailed to you.
Results Notification Letter to Parents, Guardians and School Staff - Results BELOW 4 ppb Use this letter template to send to parents, guardians and school staff within 10 business days of receiving results that are BELOW 4 ppb.
Results Notification Letter to Parents, Guardians and School Staff - Results AT OR ABOVE 4 ppb Use this letter template to send to parents, guardians and school staff within 10 business days of receiving results that are AT OR ABOVE 4 ppb.
Remediation Remediation Guidance When you receive your results, use this flow chart to plan out and log your remediation actions and submit your Remediation Plan.
Remediation "Do Not Drink" and "For Handwashing Only" signs Post these signs at taps that had results at or above 4 ppb as an immediate remediation action.
Remediation Plumbing Profile Questionnaire Use this questionnaire if you need help with planning out your remediation actions before contacting DEC.
Reimbursement Reimbursement Request Use this document if you need to submit your reimbursement request by mail.


Translated Materials

Language Title
Arabic Before Sample Collection Notification Letter to Parents, Guardians and School Staff
Burmese Before Sample Collection Notification Letter to Parents, Guardians and School Staff
French Before Sample Collection Notification Letter to Parents, Guardians and School Staff
Kirundi Before Sample Collection Notification Letter to Parents, Guardians and School Staff
Nepali Before Sample Collection Notification Letter to Parents, Guardians and School Staff
Somali Before Sample Collection Notification Letter to Parents, Guardians and School Staff
Spanish Before Sample Collection Notification Letter to Parents, Guardians and School Staff
Swahili Before Sample Collection Notification Letter to Parents, Guardians and School Staff
Vietnamese Before Sample Collection Notification Letter to Parents, Guardians and School Staff
Arabic Informational Sheet - Lead Poisoning in Children
Burmese Informational Sheet - Lead Poisoning in Children
French Informational Sheet - Lead Poisoning in Children
Kirundi Informational Sheet - Lead Poisoning in Children
Nepali Informational Sheet - Lead Poisoning in Children
Somali Informational Sheet - Lead Poisoning in Children
Spanish Informational Sheet - Lead Poisoning in Children
Swahili Informational Sheet - Lead Poisoning in Children
Vietnamese Informational Sheet - Lead Poisoning in Children
Arabic Results AT OR ABOVE 4 ppb Notification Letter to Parents, Guardians and School Staff
Burmese Results AT OR ABOVE 4 ppb Notification Letter to Parents, Guardians and School Staff
French Results AT OR ABOVE 4 ppb Notification Letter to Parents, Guardians and School Staff
Kirundi Results AT OR ABOVE 4 ppb Notification Letter to Parents, Guardians and School Staff
Nepali Results AT OR ABOVE 4 ppb Notification Letter to Parents, Guardians and School Staff
Somali Results AT OR ABOVE 4 ppb Notification Letter to Parents, Guardians and School Staff
Spanish Results AT OR ABOVE 4 ppb Notification Letter to Parents, Guardians and School Staff
Swahili Results AT OR ABOVE 4 ppb Notification Letter to Parents, Guardians and School Staff
Vietnamese Results AT OR ABOVE 4 ppb Notification Letter to Parents, Guardians and School Staff
Arabic Results BELOW 4 ppb Notification Letter to Parents, Guardians and School Staff
Burmese Results BELOW 4 ppb Notification Letter to Parents, Guardians and School Staff
French Results BELOW 4 ppb Notification Letter to Parents, Guardians and School Staff
Kirundi Results BELOW 4 ppb Notification Letter to Parents, Guardians and School Staff
Nepali Results BELOW 4 ppb Notification Letter to Parents, Guardians and School Staff
Somali Results BELOW 4 ppb Notification Letter to Parents, Guardians and School Staff
Spanish Results BELOW 4 ppb Notification Letter to Parents, Guardians and School Staff
Swahili Results BELOW 4 ppb Notification Letter to Parents, Guardians and School Staff
Vietnamese Results BELOW 4 ppb Notification Letter to Parents, Guardians and School Staff