UPDATE: Prairie View Elementary School students will have class at Netherwood Knoll Elementary School Tuesday following water main break
UPDATE 2: Students who normally attend Prairie View Elementary School will instead go to class at nearby Netherwood Knoll Elementary School on Tuesday, the Oregon School District said.
In an email to parents Monday, Netherwood Knoll Principal Lindsay Eimerman said “all PVE students will be assigned to learning spaces at NKE” as repairs continue following a water main break that forced Prairie View Elementary School to close earlier in the day.
“What this means for our NKE learners is that they will see new faces and friends around our building tomorrow,” Eimerman wrote. “This is an opportunity for us to show kindness to our neighbors as we welcome them to our great school. I appreciate your flexibility and look forward to hosting our PVE friends tomorrow.”
UPDATE: On Monday afternoon, district officials said that there will be in-person classes for Prairie View Elementary School students on Tuesday.
Officials said that part of the building are expected to be safe and usable by the time school starts. However, the district said it would stay in contact with families throughout the rest of the day regarding plans for classes at Prairie View and Netherwood Knoll Elementary.
OREGON, Wis. — Prairie View Elementary School is closed Monday due to a water main break.
Oregon School District officials announced the closure in a Facebook post, saying the building was flooded. Classes are still in session at all other schools in the district.
Officials said they would give an update regarding tomorrow’s classes at Prairie View later in the day on Monday.
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