A meeting for Kromrey Middle School parents will be held this week to discuss the school's mold problem.
The meeting is set for 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Middleton High School Performing Arts Center.
Kromrey Middle School will remain closed this week as cleanup efforts continue after mold was found inside the building.
School officials said they plan to reopen the school on Sept. 10.
Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District Superintendent Don Johnson said that concerns about the mold's potential harmful effects prompted them to close the school last Tuesday. He said the mold isn't toxic, but is an allergen and can cause problems for students or staff with respiratory issues.
The mold cleanup at Kromrey Middle School has been estimated at about $20,000, WISC-TV reported.
Meanwhile, Oriole Lane Elementary School in Mequon closed Tuesday after school officials found mold under some benches, in the hallways and in at least one classroom.