1/16/18 – 4:58 A.M.
Fostoria school officials have finalized plans to get junior and senior high school students back in class. The Courier reports classes resume Wednesday, after several days off due to a boiler room fire at the junior/senior high school building last Tuesday.
Students who take the bus can still take it school. Students who take Seneca County Agency Transportation will have to tell their driver what grade they are in to get a ride to the right building. The Fostoria Learning Center is hosting high school classes. St. Wendelin Catholic school is holding classes for 7th and 8th-grade students.
The high school schedule runs from 7:35 am. until 2:25 p.m. Buses are dropping off kids at the northeast corner of the Learning Center parking lot. Parents can drop students off where the center’s parking lot connects with the Kroger lot. Parents will then exit out of the Kroger lot to West High Street. Student parking includes two rows of spaces on the west side of the Kroger lot.
Junior high students are using the former St. Wendelin High School classrooms on the south side of the west wing of the building. Bus and parent drop-off locations are on that side of the school as well.
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