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A number of concerned parents of Three Oaks Seniors High school students have organized a GoFundMe campaign to cover the cost of filing Freedom of Information requests.
So far, the group, We the Concerned Parents of TOSH, has spent $3,500 on the requests, according to the fundraising page.
According to the campaign, there are more than 60 students with health issues that they say are linked with ongoing construction at the Summerside high school.