YARMOUTH, N.S. - A school board in western Nova Scotia says it will conduct more air quality tests of a new school after students and staff complained they were feeling ill.
The Tri-County Regional School Board says it has heard the concerns about the Yarmouth Consolidated Memorial High School and will carry out the air quality tests as a result.
The school board says it had air quality tests completed on Nov. 8 and Nov. 29 and the results of those tests found the air quality to be within acceptable limits.
Air quality tests were also done before the school opened in September with the same results.
The school board says it wants further testing done to make sure the school is a safe and healthy place for students and staff.