MONROE TOWNSHIP, N.J. — Officials have decided to close an elementary school in New Jersey because of mold.

The school board on Thursday night voted to keep Holly Glen Elementary School in Monroe Township closed until the entire building is cleaned. The school’s 537 students will be relocated at three other schools.

The districts five other schools will be tested for mold.

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