Remediation work has been completed to return radon levels at Locust Trace AgriScience Center to acceptable levels.
The Fayette County school board voted last month to make an "emergency" fix over winter break at the Leestown Road high school after testing found levels of radon higher than the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recommends.
Mary Wright, the district's chief operating officer, told the board during a planning meeting Monday night that radon levels at the school "are now properly in line." The remediation work cost about $50,000.
Also Monday night, the board voted to keep John Price as chairman and Melissa Bacon as vice chairwoman.