Redistricting on the table as educators deal with mold-infested school

School officials say the possibility of redistricting is on the table for students at Coleytown Middle School two months after the school closed due to mold problems.
Superintendent Colleen Palmer held a meeting Wednesday with parents and school officials breaking down each possibility and taking questions from parents.
"No matter where we house the students, we want to maintain the exceptional level of educational excellence," Palmer said.
Other solutions include renting a space or rearranging schedules.
Palmer says she hopes a decision will be made by the December break.
The town is also still trying to figure out whether to fix the mold problems in the school or build a new school.