Lead in Water Testing Notification
The Shakopee Public School District has historically conducted, and continues to conduct, Lead in Drinking Water testing per the Minnesota Department of Health’s “Reducing Lead in Drinking Water: A Technical Guidance for Minnesota’s School and Child Care Facilities” recommendations.Any member of the public who is interested in discussing the district Lead in Drinking Water program or results, should contact the district office for access to the documentation.
Minnesota Statute 121A.335 requires public school buildings serving kindergarten through grade 12 to test for lead in water every 5 years. This statute also requires school districts to make the results of the testing available to the public for review and to notify parents of the availability of the information. Notification may be accomplished by publishing a statement in the “Back to School” newsletter or publication that is available to staff, student, parents and the public.
Shakopee Public Schools is committed to providing a safe working and learning environment for employees and students. The district has developed a lead in water management plan and testing program that complies with Minnesota Statute 121A.335, as well as recommendations from the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) Lead Contamination Control Act (LCCA) of 1988 and the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH), and Minnesota Department of Education (MDE).
For more information on Shakopee Public Schools lead reduction and testing program, please contact Ed Zeimet, Buildings and Grounds Manager at 952.496.5046.2018 Lead-in-Water Management Plan | 2018 Shakopee Lead-in-Water Testing Program | 2016 Lead-in-Water Testing | 2016 Lead-in-Water Retesting