MERRIMACK, N.H. – The stench of bat feces has forced a New Hampshire elementary school to close eight classrooms and work on repairs.

Nashua’sThe Telegraph stories a instructor first spotted the scent round Nov. 21 on the James Mastricola Upper Elementary School in Merrimack.

Maintenance crews idea it used to be a lifeless mouse and referred to as in an organization that discovered bat feces in a hollow space between an external brick wall and an inside of block. Crews have tented off the outdoor wall, got rid of bricks and sealed off affected spaces.

Matt Shevenell, the Merrimack School District’s assistant superintendent for trade, says classrooms are being wiped clean and the air examined to make certain there aren’t any spores from bat poop. Students are anticipated again within the classrooms by way of February.

No bats had been found out.

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