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WILLIAMSTOWN, N.J. (CBS) — One year after Holly Glen Elementary in Williamstown closed because of mold, there is still no word when the building might reopen.

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Things are quiet outside Holly Glen Elementary School and have been for almost a year. Besides mold removal experts, the hallways have been empty.

Across town, hundreds of people, Holly Glen elementary students, teachers, and parents, got together to catch up on life during a cookout. Since the shutdown, students are attending different Monroe Township schools.

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Administrators say they are doing everything possible to open the building as soon as it’s safe.

“I think it’s been an adjustment period for everyone. I think the teachers, students, and parents have adjusted very well but I do know that everyone wants to be back together again. We miss our Holly Glen family,” principal Karen Pontano-Crossley said.

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District officials say they don’t have a set date to open the school.

They want the building completely safe before the doors open.