Education Queensland (EQ) says no asbestos has been disturbed at schools near Mackay, in the state’s north, by Cyclone Ului.
EQ central Queensland regional director Wayne Butler says buildings at Mackay North and Mirani state high schools were damaged by trees but the buildings did not contain asbestos.
There were evacuations at both schools earlier this month after ceiling particles that may have contained asbestos fell into classrooms.
Mr Butler says the schools have been tested and are safe.
“In relation to Mirani State High School, a tree did fall against a building and knocked the eaves to the ground and those eaves have also been tested and there is no asbestos in those eaves.” he said.