Dansville Schools’ water was supplied by its own wells up until 2010 when the district connected into the Village of Dansville’s water tower. When using our own wells, six water samplings were gathered four times each year from all over the district and sent for analysis. There were no elevated levels in the local testing that took place here over many years. This speaks to both the water quality and also indicates that there was not corrosion from district pipes that impacted water quality.
Since 2010, the Village of Dansville has tested the water supplied by the water tower and sends the sample to be analyzed annually. The district receives a report each year and no concerns have been identified. In addition, the pipes within the district of which we are aware are made of either galvanized steel or copper.
For these reasons, we feel confident that our students and staff are drinking and working with quality water that does not contain elevated lead or other content levels that would cause concern.
If you have any other questions or concerns, please contact Superintendent Amy Hodgson at 517-623-6120, ext. 250 or firstname.lastname@example.org.