Students who attend the H-B Woodlawn Secondary Program and the Shriver Program, at the new Heights Building in Rosslyn, are staying home today.
The building is closed, Arlington Public Schools said in an email to families (below), after a contractor accidentally broke a sprinkler line, causing the library, gymnasium and some classrooms to flood. The closure may stretch into Wednesday if repairs and cleanup from the water damage are not completed in time.
APS plans to notify families by 6 p.m. tonight whether school will be back in session tomorrow.
The Heights Building, including H-B Woodlawn, the Eunice Kennedy Shriver Program and administrative offices, will be closed Tuesday, February 18, due to an accidental break in a sprinkler line caused by a contractor performing work on Monday. The break caused water damage in the library, gymnasium and adjacent classrooms. Repairs and clean-up are in progress. Unless otherwise directed, essential personnel should report to work at their scheduled time on Tuesday, and custodians should report to work at 6 a.m. Extracurricular activities, games, team practices, field trips and other scheduled activities for H-B Woodlawn and the Eunice Kennedy Shriver Program at The Heights Building are also cancelled. We apologize for the inconvenience and will keep families informed of the status. Families will be notified by 6 p.m. on Tuesday regarding the operating status for Wednesday, February 19.
Update at 4:30 p.m. — The building and the programs will remain closed on Wednesday, Arlington Public Schools just announced.
The Heights Building, including @HBWProgram, @EuniceProgram and administrative offices, will be closed again on Wednesday, February 19, as cleanup continues to address water damage caused by an accidental break in a sprinkler line on Monday.
— Arlington Public Schools (@APSVirginia) February 18, 2020
Hat tip to anonymous. Photo via Arlington County.
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