Bed bugs found at more SCSD schools; total now up to 13

by CNYCentral

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Bed bugs have been found in Corcoran High School and Westside Academy at Blodgett, according to Syracuse City School District Administrator for Communications Michael Henesey.

The schools are the latest in a growing list of schools that have run into bed bug issues over the last several weeks.

Bed bugs were first found on at least two separate occasions at Henninger High School last month. Since then, bed bugs have been found at twelve other schools, including:

  • Huntington Pre-K-8
  • PSLA at Fowler
  • Porter Elementary
  • Clary Middle School
  • Grant Middle School
  • Webster Elementary
  • Expeditionary Learning Middle School
  • McKinley-Brighton Elementary
  • LeMoyne Elementary
  • WSA at Blodgett
  • Corcoran High School
  • Dr. King Elementary

The Syracuse City School District isn’t the only local district affected by bed bugs; a bed bug was found in Baldwinsville’s Ray Middle School last week and Canastota School officials said they had to handle a beg bug problem earlier this month as well.

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Bed bugs found at more SCSD schools; total now up to 13

Bed bugs found at more SCSD schools; total now up to 13

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