Last year the school began a nine million dollar renovation project that’s causing some health concerns.
One parent has even been handing out masks to students to protect them from the dust.
While construction workers are building barriers and hanging plastic to contain debris to construction areas. Senior Michelle Gerry says some students will continue to wear respiratory masks as a precaution.
Ganneston Construction, the company working on the facility, says there is dust on any construction site, but they are looking into ways to minimize it.
The school and Ganneston officials have both ordered an air quality test to be taken. Those results are likely to be available on Wednesaday.