Chattooga School System Responds To Water Issue

Chattooga County Schools Superintendent Jared Hosmer said children will have good drinking water tomorrow despite issues with Summerville’s water system.
Hosmer said: “As most of you are aware, the City of Summerville is experiencing issues at its Water Treatment Plant in Summerville. Due to the current advisory released this afternoon from the City, the schools in the Summerville District will restrict the consumption of water from any and all water dispensers at each school. The school system will provide bottled water to students as necessary throughout the school day. The lunchroom at each school will prepare meals that do not require the use of water in the preparation. The schools at Lyerly and Menlo are not in the affected area of the advisory. The system will continue to monitor the situation and stay in close contact with the City of Summerville. We will provide updates to the situation as we gain new information. If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to contact your child’s principal or the central office.”

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  1. Jimmy Collins on February 3, 2020 at 7:49 pm

    What about the water that I get from the chattooga county on old highway 27 in Trion Georgia ? Thanks

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