Parents learn more about asbestos at Peck Place School in Orange

ORANGE - A meeting was held Monday evening to inform parents about asbestos at Peck Place School in Orange.

School officials say a building on the Yale-New Haven West Campus will take in the students while the problem is fixed.

The school first closed last week after a pipe burst.

Officials say when they looked into the problem, they also found asbestos in the building.

The meeting was held at Mary Tracey School. 

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Orange Public Schools Site

Orange Board of Education will hold a Question and Answer Session on Monday at 6:00 PM at the Mary L. Tracy Building. You can visit their site and find an email address to submit your questions.

Orange Schools Public Site

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