School board hears of ways to improve air quality regarding COVID


Last updated 9/15/2021 at 12:06pm

Havre Daily News/Patrick Johnston

Matt Thompson of Ameresco presents to the Havre School Board Tuesday during a meeting of the board in Havre Middle School results of an audit of how the district could improve filtration and ventilation in Havre schools to reduce the spread of infectious diseases.

Matt Thompson of Ameresco, an engineering services company, gave a presentation to the Havre Public Schools Board of Trustees Tuesday night, detailing an energy audit his company recently completed at the schools and possible ways they can use ESSER funds to improve air quality and air filtration in their buildings.

ESSER funds can be used by schools to address COVID-19 related expenses, which includes upgrading or repairing equipment used for air ventilation which is a way to significantly reduce the spread of diseases like COVID-19.

Thompson said increasing ventilation rates through the...

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