EUCLID, Ohio — After closing Monday due to power issues and the expected high temperatures, Euclid High School is set to reopen Tuesday according to district officials.
The district tweeted at 7:33 a.m. Monday that there are power issues at the high school, and “Temperatures within the building will be too high to safely educate students.”
The district apologized for the late notice and said they would share more information as it is available.
On Monday evening, the district said that the power had been restored to the school and that it would be open as of Tuesday.
The high school has been in session since Thursday, Aug. 19, when all grades in the district returned to school.
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