NJ school: Samples collected over last 4 quarters show abnormal rates of PFOS in water

Parents of students at Thomas Conley School in Bethlehem Township are encouraged to send their children with their own water bottles after the school's drinking water received a noncompliance.
The school says samples collected over the last four quarters show abnormal rates of PFOS in their water.
While the rate is currently below the maximum contaminant level, they must continue to notify the public every three months until PFROS is permanently removed from the drinking water.