Letter: OHS to reopen 2/7 after water coil burst
Dear OHS Parents and/or Guardians,
As you are all aware, Monday morning we had to temporarily close Oswego High School due to a maintenance issue. The closure was enacted to ensure the health and safety of our students and staff.
Unfortunately, we had a large hot water coil that burst in one of our main hallways. As a result, extensive flooding to one of our main hallway areas, a technology classroom and our receiving area occurred.
Throughout the day district staff has been working diligently on the issue and are anticipating that the work will be complete sometime tomorrow, with the problem isolated to a point where no interruptions to the learning day are anticipated. Accordingly, OHS will be open for school tomorrow morning, Tuesday, Feb. 7, as normal.
We apologize for the inconvenience this may have caused our students and their families and we thank everyone for their patience while we have been working through this concern throughout today.
I also want to thank our operations and maintenance staff for their swift work and getting our school ready for a normal day of learning tomorrow.
Should any parents or guardians have any concerns or questions, we encourage you to reach out directly to Oswego High School Principal, Mr. Ryan Lanigan.
Yours in Education,
Mathis Calvin III, Ed. D.
Superintendent of Schools