BIDDEFORD — Results from a final air quality test at Biddeford High School are expected to be presented to the School Committee at their next meeting.

Superintendent Sarah-Jane Poli said Turner Building Science & Design LLC of Harrison conducted air quality tests last week. It will take the company the next two weeks to analyze the results and create a report.

Air quality issues were raised in November after two students were hospitalized with allergic reactions. Concerned parents pointed to the ongoing $34 million building renovation as a cause for increased dust in the building, which was affecting students’ health.

Air Quality Management was the first company hired by the School Committee for testing. Their results were reviewed by the Maine Bureau of General Services. Unsatisfied, parents and students independently hired a specialist who further reviewed the results and suggested additional testing.

In March, the School Committee approved spending as much as $39,000 for additional testing that focused on contamination concerns related to the renovation, the building’s ventilation system, mold and moisture management, and cleaning practices.

The School Committee will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 14, in council chambers.