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Wednesday, May 26, 2010

J.A. Fair to reopen Friday

Posted By on Wed, May 26, 2010 at 3:59 PM

Here's the brief report to the School Board from Little Rock School Superintendent Linda Watson on the situation at J.A. Fair High School, where part of the roof collapsed during a storm yesterday.

Dear Board:
The following is an update on the J. A. Fair situation:
1.       The north end of the building cannot be used.
2.       The principal and administrative staff assessed the situation and will attempt to accommodate all of the students on the south end of the building.
3.       Hopefully, the air conditioning will be restored to the south end of the building later this afternoon or tomorrow.
4.       Teachers will report on tomorrow and assist with setting up the south end of the building.
5.       Students will report on Friday.

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