Three Houston-area nonprofits are directing their annual back-to-school supply drive efforts to Willowridge High School to replenish losses at the mold-infested campus.
The fungus has destroying most of the building's furniture and flooring as well as supplies and personal items on the 40-year-old campus.
Remediation work that began July 19 is expected to last for several months.
Willowridge students, faculty and staff displaced by the mold will begin the academic year nearby at rival Thurgood Marshall High School. Classes start Tuesday, Aug. 22.
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