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A list of all of the Boston schools with recent lead concerns

Boston school buildings where at least one drinking fountain was found to have elevated lead levels this summer:

• Patrick Lyndon K-8 in West Roxbury

• Lee Academy Pilot School in Dorchester

• Josiah Quincy Elementary in Chinatown

• Boston Latin School in Fenway

• F. Lyman Winship Elementary in Brighton

• Jeremiah E. Burke High and Dearborn STEM Academy (same facility) in Dorchester

(For more information about the testing results at those schools, click here.)

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School buildings where at least one drinking fountain tested to have elevated lead levels this past spring:

• Boston Latin Academy in Dorchester

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• Richard J. Murphy K-8 School in Dorchester

• Thomas J. Kenny Elementary School in Dorchester

• Rafael Hernandez K-8 School in Roxbury

(For more information about the testing results at those schools, click here and here.)

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School buildings where projects launched last school year to try to restore drinking fountains failed when some of them were found to have high lead levels after the work was finished.

• Mather Elementary School in Dorchester

• Lee K-8 School in Dorchester

• Curley School in Jamaica Plain (2 buildings)

• Trotter Innovation School in Dorchester

• Another Course to College and Boston Green Academy (same facility) in Brighton

(For more information about the testing results at those schools, click here.)

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School buildings where testing in past years turned up high lead levels in water from faucets or fountains:

• The Haley Elementary School in Roslindale (2015)

• The Lee Academy Pilot School in Dorchester (2013)

• The Chittick Elementary School in Mattapan (2011)

(For more information about the testing results at those schools, click here.)

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More information

To see a list of the 24 school buildings where drinking fountains remain available for use, and the 108 where fountains have been turned off and replaced with bottled water, click here.

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For more details on past water test results and for information on the school system’s new water safety policy, click here.


Matt Rocheleau can be reached at matthew.rocheleau@globe.com. Follow him on Twitter @mrochele