by: Scott McCaulley
Water Line Breaks impacting the Harrison Middle School Building has prompted School District Officials to move classes Virtual for all Middle School Students on Monday.
Superintendent of Schools Dr. Stewart Pratt in a statement released by the school says the water line breaks have impacted both the supply system and the water used for the fire suppression system. Due to safety for students and faculty and due to the work needed to repair the system, all classes for the Middle School will be online Monday. The progress of work on Monday will determine if classes can resume on site Tuesday.
This does not impact the rest of the Harrison School District which are still scheduled to resume onsite classes on Monday.