MONROE TOWNSHIP, New Jersey (WABC) -- Ongoing concerns over mold at a New Jersey school will keep it shut down for the rest of the school year.
Holly Glen Elementary in Monroe Township, Gloucester County, closed in October after mold was discovered in parts of the school.
School administrators sent a letter to parents Wednesday informing them that they found more water issues around the building that need to be repaired.
Students at Holly Glen are attending other schools in the meantime.
New Jersey school to remain closed due to mold concerns