Environmental hazards, including PCBs, were repeatedly found at Sky Valley Education Center’s campus in Monroe. Some of the highest levels were found in classrooms, including Michelle Leahy’s room, housed in circular pods. The school is still open. (Steve Ringman / The Seattle Times)
Environmental hazards, including PCBs, were repeatedly found at Sky Valley Education Center’s campus in Monroe. Some of the highest levels were found in classrooms, including Michelle Leahy’s room, housed in circular pods. The school is still open. (Steve Ringman / The Seattle Times)
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Toxic PCBs festered at a Monroe school for eight years as students, teachers grew sicker

More than 200 students, teachers and parents say harmful toxicants at the Sky Valley school gave them cancer, early puberty and brain damage, among others. Monroe school officials knew about environmental hazards, but acted slowly. Updated

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