1/10/18 – 5:06 A.M.
A Tuesday morning boiler room fire has closed the Fostoria Junior/Senior High School for at least the rest of this week. The Review-Times reports students in that building might attend classes elsewhere while restoration efforts take place.
Interim Fire Chief Brian Herbert says it only took firefighters around 10 minutes to put out the flames. However, by that time smoke moved through the ductwork and spread throughout the junior/senior high school building. The school has hired a Toledo company to clean the school.
In the meantime, the district is looking for a place to have classes. Superintendent Andrew Sprang says the school board discussed several locations during an emergency meeting Tuesday. Sprang says none of the plans are “ready to go public.”
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