Berlin High School reopens after flooding

Berlin High School

BERLIN, Conn. (WTNH)– Berlin High School will have school. This after it was closed for flooding yesterday.

School is scheduled to be open at Berlin High School after flash floods forced them to close Monday.

Students, teachers ,and faculty came there Monday and found the schools second floor was damaged by a major leak in the roof. So they sent students home.

Then clean up crews went to work. They brought in fans to dry out the area and fixed damaged tiles.

News 8 has been monitoring the school’s website and so far so good. School will start as scheduled.

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