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Michigan School for the Deaf eases parents water concerns

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(02/09/16) - Parents of students at the Michigan School for the Deaf in Flint learned more about lead Tuesday night, after a building tested positive last month.

Officials from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services met with parents to answer their questions about lead.

In January, all faucets in Stevens Hall were replaced following a positive test result.

The school has been buying bottled water since September 2015 and had no positive tests for lead prior to that.

The state is continuing to monitor the water at the school, and testing students for lead exposure.