EAST LYME, Conn. (WTNH) — News 8 has learned that East Lyme High School will be closed on Monday while crews work to repair a ruptured oil line.
The office of East Lyme’s Superintendent of Schools Jeffrey Newton says the school along Chesterfield Road will not be in session for Monday classes. All other schools in the East Lyme school district will remain open.
There is no word on when school officials expect the building to reopen.
No other information was immediately available.