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Leaky roof causes N'side students to be evacuated

Disruptions will continue for students at an Albany elementary school because of a leaky roof.

Kindergarten through first grade students at Northside Elementary were bused to Radium Springs Elementary School Monday.

Second through fifth graders were transferred to MLK Elementary because of a major leak in the building.

School officials say workers haven't pinpointed all the trouble spots yet so students will continue to be bussed to those other schools until it's all fixed.

Parents should drop their children off at Northside Tuesday morning and pick them up there in the afternoon as they normally do.

 

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