Metro area school districts dealing with the aftermath of water damage
Due to record-high temperatures this past week throughout the Atlanta area, several metro school districts have reported damage from record-low temperatures and blistering winds throughout district offices and schools.
As indicated through social media, districts have spent the week assessing water damage.
In Marietta City Schools, water damage was reported at the Emily Lembeck Early Learning Center and Sawyer Road Elementary. Clayton County Schools has reported some damage at Adamson Middle School, Mt. Zion High School, Kilpatrick Elementary School, Riverdale High School and Utopian Academy.While in Fulton County Schools, there was water damage at fourteen buildings and reported pipe damage.
The cold temperatures caused havoc across the metro area as many communities reported little to no water pressure, busted water pipes and water damage through residences and businesses.
All school districts are expected to start school in person as indicated by their district calendars.