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That same month, Shadow Forest Elementary employees reported moldy cafeteria tables, walls, doors, physical education tumbling mats, and cabinets to Humble ISD officials.
When the project manager discovered the growth in the band hall offices the first week of July, the school's principal, Thomas Graham, took "immediate action," according to a letter to parents, but the mold had already claimed nearly all of the furniture, school supplies, band equipment, teachers' personal items and even the flooring.
The infestation is a major setback for a struggling school in a district that recently reported a million budget shortfall.
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"This is a tragedy that has happened, especially at this time of year," said Krystal Allen, president of the Willowridge Parent Teacher Organization.