Peck Place Elementary School students move into new school

Peck Place Elementary School had to closed for

Peck Place Elementary School had to closed for renovations after a burst pipe exposed asbestos earlier this month. (January 29, 2014 5:44 PM)

Students at Peck Place Elementary School in Orange moved into a new school Wednesday morning after asbestos concerns.

The school was seriously damaged when a pipe burst earlier this month exposing asbestos glue in the floors.

The cleanup is expected to last until the summer.

The students will finish this year at Yale's West Campus in West Haven.

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