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Classes Will Resume Wednesday At Edmond North High School

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Classes will resume Wednesday at Edmond North High School, school officials reported.

Water has been restored to the center part of the building, the school district said on its Twitter page.

Classrooms for 16 history and government teachers at Edmond North have been temporarily relocated and students will be given flexibility to find new rooms, the district said.

Meals will be cooked in the school's freshman academy kitchen and will be served in the main cafeteria, Edmond Public Schools spokeswoman Susan Parks-Schlepp said. Both hot and cold food choices will be made available.

Classes were canceled Tuesday due to a water main break during the Labor Day holiday weekend. 

9/7/2015 Related Story: Tuesday Classes Canceled At Edmond North High School

Students will likely not have to make up the missed day. The district extended the school day by 20 minutes several years ago which adds eight days of instruction time to the school year, Parks-Schlepp said. 

The extended schedule gives the district a cushion should there be a significant number of bad weather days, she said.

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