Water Testing Results

2016 Summary Results:

  • Oxford Elementary had nineteen samples analyzed for Lead and Copper and all results were within acceptable limits.
  • Daniel Axford Elementary had nineteen samples analyzed for lead and copper, and all results were within acceptable limits.
  • Lakeville Elementary had ten samples analyzed for lead and copper, and all results were within acceptable limit.
  • Leonard Elementary is on a Class II Well, therefore it maintains County and State Testing for Lead and Copper and is unnecessary to retest. Nevertheless, the district tested this building to reassure the quality of water flowing in the building system as a testament to the quality of the mechanicals (pipes,faucets and fountains) in the building.  Further mechanicals testing on all Leonard Elementary fountains was completed on 10/21/16 and all results fall within acceptable limits.
  • Clear Lake Elementary  is on a Class II Well, therefore it maintains County and State Testing for Lead and Copper and is unnecessary to retest. Nevertheless, the district tested this building to reassure the quality of water flowing in the building system as a testament to the quality of the mechanicals (pipes,faucets and fountains) in the building. Further mechanicals testing on all Clear Lake Elementary fountains was completed on 11/23/16 and all results fall within acceptable limits.
  • Oxford Middle School had seventeen samples analyzed; one fountain was outside the acceptable limit which was removed due to age and lack of use because of its location.
  • Oxford High School had seventeen samples analyzed; two fountains were outside the acceptable limits and were replaced due to age.


Further information on lead in drinking water:

EPA’s General Information on lead in drinking water

https://www.epa.gov/ground-water-and-drinking-water/basic-information-about-lead-drinking-water

 

CDC’s general information on lead in drinking water

http://www.cdc.gov/nceh/lead/leadinwater/


EPA’s link for Lead in drinking water in schools and daycares

https://www.epa.gov/dwreginfo/lead-drinking-water-schools-and-child-care-facilities