It will be back to class for students at LCCVI Monday.
The school of about 900 students had been closed since Wednesday when a two-inch water line which fed the sprinkler system on the football field froze then burst.
Water poured into the basement covering the school’s main boiler and coming very close to electrical pannels. Officials said there was about 38,000 gallons of water in the area – enough to fill the basement with between 6 to 10 feet of water, depending on the spot.
More details to follow.