‘Higher than acceptable’ levels of lead discovered in water at 4 more Tacoma schools
TACOMA -- A team reviewing water testing records uncovered higher than acceptable levels of lead at several "isolated locations" in four additional Tacoma schools. Tacoma Public Schools announced the discovery on Tuesday, saying the test results were from May of 2015 but not reviewed until now. Just a day earlier, the district said sinks and drinking fountains are now off-limits at Reed Elementary and Mann Elementary.