Officials from the Orange County Mosquito and Vector Control District plan to visit Newport Harbor High School next week to investigate the campus for rats, which sparked a student and teacher walkout.
Lora Young, a vector control spokeswoman, said a date was not set as of Thursday afternoon.
“Once we’re out there, we can make a better recommendation to the school,” she said.
Annette Franco, spokeswoman for the Newport-Mesa Unified School District, said Thursday that the district hadn’t heard from OC Vector Control about a planned visit.
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