This page will be updated at least annually as we monitor radon levels in CSD17 Schools.
If you have not had a radon test in your own home, we strongly encourage you to do so. It should be noted that the majority of potential radon exposure comes from the homes (70%), as that is where we spend most of our time. According to the IEMA, half of the homes tested in Channahon exceed the EPA action level of 4.0 pCi/L and the average reading in Channahon is 9.5 pCi/L. Fortunately, several solutions are readily available to help homeowners reduce radon levels.