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Another rainy day in Albany kept students out of an Elementary school.

Students at Northside Elementary were again bussed to other schools as cleanup crews try to get the water damaged school back in order.

School employees discovered major leaking problems when they got to work Monday.

Workers were putting on a new roof. We're told a temporary sealant they used failed, leading to the leaks.

Students should be able to return to school next week.

Until then, the plan is to keep bussing students to class at other schools.

 

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